Logistics Business Review brings to its readers latest news in the world of everything related to the world of finance and technical stock analysis. Beyond the ‘what’s happening around the world’ in the finance space, we also publish research news in cryptocurrency, bitcoin, ethereum, blockchain and all related fields.
We bring research news through our collaboration with some of the biggest universities in the world including Ohio State University, University of Utah, University of New Hampshire, University of Waterloo, MIT, University of Washington, University of British Columbia, among others.
Our staff contributors are world class journalists with decades of collective experience. Our mission is simple: provide the most accurate, unbiased information to our readers.
Abigale is a Masters in Business Administration by education. After completing her post-graduation, Abigale jumped the journalism bandwagon as a freelance journalist. Soon after that she landed a job of reporter and has been climbing the news industry ladder ever since to reach the post of editor at Logistics Business Review. As an avid daytrader, she is a master of technical analysis and writes tirelessly on how stocks are trading.
Nicole is a journalism graduate with keen interest in covering business news – specifically startups. She has as a keen eye for technologies and has predicted quite a few successful startups over the last couple of years.
Jesse is our go to guy for everything from related to the science and health industries. He manages to cover anything thrown at him in these two verticals owing to his natural inclination towards science.
Sally is our freelance contributor. She is responsible for covering developments in finance and business categories.
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