Beth Healy

Healy is a financial and investigative reporter for the Business section. She spent several years with the Globe’s Spotlight team, whose 2006 investigative series, “Debtor’s Hell,’’ was a Pulitzer finalist. She has recently covered public pension issues, the TelexFree pyramid scheme and helped profile Charlie Baker during his run for governor. She contributed to the biography “The Real Romney,” and won awards from Society of American Business Editors and Writers in 2014 for a series on failed IT spending by the state and in 2010 for an expose of investment losses at Harvard.

Latest stories

Five things you should know about Todd Millay

By , Globe Staff

Millay is managing director of Choate Investment Advisors, the money management arm of law firm Choate Hall & Stewart.

2 union officers join call to audit MBTA’s pension fund

By , Globe Staff

The public statement, by two officials who serve on the MBTA pension board, said the Carmen’s Union “remains supportive” of a review.

State Senator Mark Montigny presses MBTA on pensions

By , Globe Staff

Montigny urged fellow lawmakers to “address the lack of transparency and potential mismanagement” of the MBTA pension fund.

Boston posts poor pension performance in 2014

By , Globe Staff

The pension fund for City of Boston employees posted a 4.9 percent investment return for 2014, according to the Boston Municipal Research Bureau, well below the annual target rate of 7.75 percent.