Financial services, healthcare, economics, Federal Reserve, Washington budget political process, financial crises especially Crash of 2008, national politics including 6 presidential elections.
economy, markets, politics, similar to subject matter of Slate or 538
Dennis graduated Magna Cum Laude and Phi Beta Kappa. His course work focused on American politics, international relations and economics.
Dennis attended M.I.T. on a National Science Foundation Fellowship. He completed the coursework for a PhD but did not write a dissertation.
Dennis is a quick study on any industry and displayed that ability re-writing the web site for a business-to business lender. The client wanted a description of the business as seen by a business reporter and that is what he got. Dennis delivered a fluent, clever, attractive description that made Veritas Financial Parters stand out from its competition.
Covering business and finance in Washington isn't like covering whether the stock market is up or down or a company is succeeding or failing. It involves making clear how politics is intersecting with and motivating various government actions.
Dennis spent more than 20 years as a Washington correspondent for the PBS Nightly Business Report, Reuters Television and assignment editor for the Fox Business Network. He covered an unusually wide variety of issues,including the financial crisis of 2008, the collapse of Enron, financial and social crises in emerging markets, healthcare reform and financial industry reform.
Dennis writes to video with unusual creativity and precision. He comes from network television news when reporters made mini-movies. It was when, as the acclaimed Linda Ellerbe said, "you sat down for half an hour and the best people in the business told you what happened that day." At NBC Dennis was a business reporter assigned to keep ahead of the curve, doing the first stories on the Macintosh and Korean cars coming to America.
Dennis is an Emmy-award winning reporter with years of proven experience in broadcast, newswire, online and print journalism. He has unusual flexibility writing for different formats. He's a gifted storyteller, exceptional teacher, seasoned mentor and highly organized editor. He taught the Fox Business reporters how to cover the Treasury and Fed and wrote pieces for the network web site.
While most of Dennis Moore's career was spent in Washington, he also did local news in Denver and Minneapolis. That means much more personal finance and explanatory material for average families than more what he wrote for experienced investors or professionals. He's an expert at taking complex material and making it easy to follow as well as interesting.