Thursday, April 18, 2019

Kathryn Kranhold

Kathryn Kranhold
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Kathryn Kranhold is currently working as part of the Center’s team writing about the economic effects of the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. Kranhold is a former staff reporter for The Wall Street Journal and for The Hartford Courant. At the Journal, Kranhold wrote about General Electric Co.’s far-ranging global operations, and covered the legal system, including the anti-trust case against auction houses Sotheby’s Holdings Inc. and Christie’s International PLC. Kranhold was the paper’s leading public utilities reporter during the late 1990s, and part of the team covering California’s energy crisis and the rise and fall of Enron. Kranhold spent 10 years at The Hartford Courant, covering the court system and politics. Kranhold has also worked in communications, advising universities, non-profits and corporations on strategic issues.

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