David Henry is a Senior Writer in the finance section of BusinessWeek. In this role, David is responsible for coverage of accounting, corporate finance, stock and bond markets, and mergers. Prior to this position, he was an Associate Editor.
Mr. Henry came to BusinessWeek in 2001, after being the Wall Street columnist at USA Today, covering New York City-based financial markets. Prior to that, he was a business writer at New York Newsday, responsible for coverage of financial markets, securities frauds, junk bonds, bankruptcy restructurings and the New York City economy. Mr. Henry has also held positions at Forbes, The Jackson (Tenn.) Sun, The Nashville Banner, and The Des Moines Register.
In 2002, Mr. Henry received a Loeb Award and World Leadership Forum Business Journalist of the Year award in the Corporate Finance division for his story “The Numbers Game” (May 14, 2001). He holds a B.S. in Journalism from Northwestern University, where he studied urban affairs in economics, geography, sociology, and political science.