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

Healey settles with two student debt firms

By , Globe Staff

The two companies have agreed to stop doing business in Mass. to settle allegations that they misled more than 200 borrowers.


Artisanal dumplings coming to Jamaica Plain

By , Globe Staff

Pink Samurai, slated to open in December, hopes to become a signature dumpling spot by offering more than just the pork-and-chive model.

Employers seek workers with range of skills, study finds

By , Globe Staff

Employers want to hire someone who’s got it all — from technology to writing abilities — and they’re willing to pay.

Tech, health care, manufacturing firms honored for contribution to Mass. economy

By , Globe Staff

Growing technology, health care, and manufacturing companies dominated this year’s MassEcon Economic Impact Awards, an annual event honoring businesses that have “made an outstanding contribution to the Massachusetts economy.” This is the 12th year the Watertown nonprofit, founded in 1993 to promote Massachusetts business development, has given the awards. This year’s 15 winning companies created more than 2,700 jobs in Massachusetts, invested $346 million in the state, and collectively added 1.7 million square feet to their facilities in the last two years. And here they are: