Does it move the market?

Bloomberg News Israel bureau chief Gwen Ackerman reflects on over 25 years in the field.

Gwen Ackerman
Over the more than 25 years Gwen Ackerman has been working as a journalist in Israel, the landscape has changed dramatically.

Ackerman, 49, has seen seven prime ministers, two intifadas and a handful of wars since she first began her career as a desk and field producer for ABC News. Since then she’s worked for AP, Reuters and The Jerusalem Post, before she began as a reporter with Bloomberg in 2004. She worked her way up the ladder there to become the agency’s bureau chief for Israel and the Palestinian Territories in 2011.

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