Jesse Eisinger

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Jesse Eisinger is an American journalist, currently a financial reporter for ProPublica. He and colleague Jake Bernstein won the Pulitzer Prize for National Reporting in 2011 citing "their exposure of questionable practices on Wall Street that contributed to the nation's economic meltdown, using digital tools to help explain the complex subject to lay readers."[1] Eisinger also played a key role in uncovering the accounting scandal at Lernout & Hauspie; in August 2000 he published an article in The Wall Street Journal detailing that firms use fictitious Korean transactions to hide losses.

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  1. ^ "The 2011 Pulitzer Prize Winners: National Reporting". The Pulitzer Prizes. Retrieved 2013-11-04. With short biographies and 10 works (2010 ProPublica articles).