I'm a staff author at Fortune Magazine. My last name is articulated vee-ETCH-ner. I cover back, social insurance and enormous business. My stories incorporate profiles of support stock investments very rich person Steve Cohen—including his first meeting since a record-breaking insider exchanging outrage; Jonathan Bush, an individual from the presidential family resolved to change the medicinal services industry; and Mylan CEO Heather Bresch and her numerous contentions, from unfriendly takeovers to EpiPen value climbs. I have likewise composed components on different business themes, from Best Buy's ladies driven turnaround; a spearheading female extremist fence investments director; the IRS' battles with cybersecurity; and an aggravating arrangement of suicides on Wall Street.
I joined Fortune in 2013 in the wake of covering social insurance and the Affordable Care Act for MarketWatch and The Wall Street Journal. I have additionally composed for SmartMoney, The Atlantic, Fast Company, WSJ.Money, New York, Edible Manhattan, Boston, Glamor, Harvard Summer Review and Marie Claire.