Megan Woolhouse

Woolhouse is a reporter in the Business section, where she covers the economy. A graduate of Clark University and Columbia’s Graduate School of Journalism, she previously has worked for the Atlanta Business Chronicle, the Courier-Journal in Louisville, and the Baton Rouge Advocate.

Latest stories

Companies pay $430,000 to settle wage case

By , Globe Staff

Workers, many of them immigrants, said they worked up to 70 hours a week for a Billerica company without overtime pay.

Debt weighs heavily on those trying to rise from poverty

By , Globe Staff

A study by a Boston nonprofit found that poor people often face high interest rates that make it nearly impossible to pay down debts.

Mass. residents tell Charlie Baker what they want fixed

By Globe Staff ,

Baker has inherited a to-do list of problems that includes the intractable and the newly minted, the complex and the confounding.

With change of governors, a shift in approach to the economy

By , Globe Staff

While Governor Deval Patrick favors government intervention in certain sectors of the economy, Charlie Baker might be more inclined to get out of the way.