Private equity and deals editor at Bloomberg. @business @BloombergDeals

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Biography

Devin is a New York-based financial journalist helping oversee Bloomberg's coverage of North American dealmaking, including the private equity industry, corporate M&A, capital markets and shareholder activism. Previously, as a reporter, he was responsible for covering the private equity indus...

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@devinbanerjee — 7,580 followers, 7,628 tweets

Nov 23, 2017

RT @Darkwyr: Jeff Robinson, head of the distressed and special situations group at Bain Capital Credit, has already been to Indi…

Nov 22, 2017

RT @ShaunModi: When James Freeman, founder of Blue Bottle Coffee, was asked why he sold to @Nestle as opposed to going public, he…

Nov 20, 2017

Exclusive: Bain is said to be in talks to swallow Harvard Management's real estate team and direct assets - https://t.co/dzGKnkzJ1n @mmcdonald10 @melissa_mitts

Nov 20, 2017

RT @danprimack: Once Yellen steps down, two-thirds of Fed board will have once worked at The Carlyle Group.

Nov 20, 2017

After luring Tim Geithner, private equity beckons second Obama Treasury secretary Jack Lew -  https://bloom.bg/2jHMWTy 

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Interview

What was your first job as a journalist?

As a bright-eyed, bushy-tailed reporter for The Stanford Daily, covering the school's administration.

How do you prefer to be pitched on stories?

By e-mail, with a follow-up call if I don't respond within a day.

Awards

Daniel Pearl Memorial Journalism Internship

2010 - Memorial Internship
The Daniel Pearl Memorial Journalism Internship is awarded annually to an outstanding Stanford student journalist, and commemorates the work of Daniel Pearl, a Stanford graduate who was kidnapped and murdered while working as a Wall Street Journal foreign correspondent in Pakistan in 2002. The internship itself is in a foreign bureau of the Wall Street Journal.