Deputy Chief

Michael Kranish

Michael Kranish is deputy chief of the Boston Globe’s Washington bureau. Kranish has covered national politics, the White House, and Congress. He co-authored the Globe’s biography of Senator John F. Kerry and authored a book about Thomas Jefferson.

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Divided Nation

Rise of activist investing is felt at century-old firm

By , Globe Staff

Investors saw an opportunity, but the CEO of a Wisconsin paper company saw a threat to his operation and workers.

REPORTER’S NOTEBOOK

How a story about Richmond’s past came to be

By , Globe Staff

The legacy of slavery and the Confederacy is still passionately felt 150 years after the end of the Civil War.

Divided Nation

Richmond split over Confederate history

By , Globe Staff

In the capital of the Confederacy, calls are rising to properly memorialize the slave trade.

Warren decries stock buybacks, high CEO pay

By , Globe Staff

Senator Warren called on the SEC to launch an examination of rules that allow US firms to buy back billions of dollars of their own stock.