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Beth Healy

Beth Healy is a financial and investigative reporter for the Globe. She has covered numerous industry scandals, from the MBTA pension system’s hidden hedge fund losses and secret dealings to the financial crisis and the Madoff fraud. Other in-depth stories detailed the abuse of domestic workers and immigrant construction workers by employers; the $3 billion TelexFree global fraud; a slew of botched state IT contracts; and the travails of the Harvard endowment.

During a past stint on the Globe’s Spotlight Team, she contributed to the “Debtors’ Hell” series, which exposed debt collectors hounding consumers and clogging the state’s small claims courts, and was a Pulitzer finalist. She was part of the team that shed light on self-dealing at charitable foundations, and investigated suicides in the state’s prisons. She contributed to the book “The Real Romney,” helping examine Mitt Romney’s Bain Capital career when he ran for president.

Latest stories

State agency to investigate liquor license practices in Cambridge

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State Treasurer Deb Goldberg issued a statement calling a Globe report Sunday “troubling.”

Scores of Cambridge restaurants paid six figures for a liquor license. Others got them for free

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For years, the Cambridge License Commission has followed an unpredictable pattern in which some restaurant and bar owners are required to pay hundreds of thousands, while others get theirs for free.

State Street’s O’Hanley addresses law school withdrawal in e-mail to employees

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Ronald O’Hanley left Vanderbilt’s law school in 1983 after admitting to plagiarism as editor-in-chief of the Vanderbilt Law Review.

State Street CEO-designate says law school plagiarism was a ‘very big mistake’

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While Ronald O’Hanley’s resume is familiar to many in the business world, one piece of it is not.