Shirley Leung

Shirley Leung is a columnist writing on everything from the intersection of business and politics to gender issues in the workplace. She is also a WGBH contributor to “Boston Public Radio” and “Greater Boston,” as well as a regular guest on New England Cable News.

She was a finalist in 2015 and 2017 for the Gerald Loeb Award for Commentary.

Previously, Leung was the Globe’s business editor, where she oversaw its award-winning coverage of the 2008 financial crisis. Prior to the Globe, Leung was a staff reporter at the Wall Street Journal. A graduate of Princeton University, Leung started her career at her hometown paper, The Baltimore Sun.

She is a working mom of two and lives in Milton with her husband who is also a journalist.

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Top Places to Work

Secrets of success from the 10 Top Places to Work all-stars

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Tips on how to keep employees happy, from the 10 companies that have made the list all 10 years.

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Fidelity’s CEO physically moved her office so she could keep an eye out on harassment

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Among other measures, she has moved her office to keep a watchful eye on portfolio managers, research analysts, and traders.

Ex-Fidelity employee loses 10-year whistle-blower case

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It took one day of deliberations for the jury to find that Jackie Lawson had not been pushed out of the Boston fund company for alleging accounting fraud.

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With GE’s financial woes, was Boston sold a lemon?

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Feeling nervous about the future of General Electric? Me, too.