Alix M. Freedman

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Alix M. Freedman (born November 25, 1957 New York City) is an American journalist, and ethics editor at Thomson Reuters.[1][2] She won the 1996 Pulitzer Prize for National Reporting.[3] She won the 1999 George Polk Award.


Freedman was raised in New York City, where she attended the Chapin School [4] before graduating from Phillips Exeter Academy (1975).[5] She graduated from Harvard University with a BA and MA and also wrote for the Harvard Crimson.[6] She worked for The New York Times and for BusinessWeek magazine.[7] She worked for the Wall Street Journal from 1984 to 2011, becoming a senior special writer, deputy managing editor, and Page One editor, in 2011.


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