|Industry||Online Publishing and Multimedia
Financial News & Commentary
|Headquarters||Manhattan, New York|
Minyanville Media, Inc. is an Internet-based financial media and publishing company. Investment/business articles and broadcasts are available to the public on the Minyanville website, and via licensing agreements with major financial websites that include Yahoo Finance, MSN Money, AOL Money & Finance and MarketWatch. More than 40 financial professionals publish bylined articles on Minyanville; the company also provides subscription publications with market-specific analysis. Its website receives some 1,000,000 Unique Visitors per month, and is in the top 4,000 websites in the U.S. Minyanville's content has earned an Emmy and other awards.
Minyanville was started in 2002 by Todd Harrison, who had been a successful trader, fund manager, and senior executive on Wall Street, with such firms as Morgan Stanley and Galleon Group. In July 2000, Harrison's first financial column appeared on TheStreet.com, which he wrote as a favor for a former colleague who was going on vacation. Harrison says his bearish commentary on tech stocks resonated with readers, and he soon became a featured columnist. His office location in Lower Manhattan made Harrison a close eye-witness to the World Trade Center attack on September 11, 2001, which he says was the shattering event that led Harrison to leave his "high-profile" career and found Minyanville the following year.
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