Andy Rosen is senior assistant business editor, helping to guide the Globe's coverage of economic and financial issues. Andy grew up in Haverhill, Mass. and lives in Boston.
Now in his second stint at the Globe, Andy has been a key part of both the Globe’s business and breaking news teams. He has covered everything from the Boston Marathon’s Wellesley “scream tunnel” to the maritime mystery of Nathan Carman. Andy also was part of the team that revealed what happened during the early 2020 COVID outbreak at Biogen's Boston conference.
He has more than 15 years of newsroom experience, including as crime and courts editor at The Baltimore Sun. In that role, Andy oversaw coverage of stories including the takedown of the dark web marketplace Silk Road and the gang takeover of the Baltimore City Detention Center. Andy has also been a personal finance expert and writer at NerdWallet, breaking down complex investing concepts for consumers — including on NerdWallet’s popular YouTube channel and its Smart Money podcast.
Andy graduated from Haverhill High School. He earned a bachelor’s degree in journalism from the University of Massachusetts Amherst and a graduate certificate in digital media production from the University of Baltimore.