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Jeanne Klempner runs Seeking Alpha's Post-Production/Content QA team. Her job is to ensure the best possible reader experience of the site content. She joined Seeking Alpha in September 2008 (the day that Lehman went down, an interesting day to start at a financial website) as chief copy editor.... More
  • An author after my own heart 1 comment
    Feb 2, 2010 6:00 AM

    As an addendum to my post last week, kudos to SA author Craig Pirrong for his note (in brackets) on this quote from the Financial Times, no less:

    Warner also said that the prospective Senate version of the Kanjorski amendment passed by the House also includes using capital adequacy standards to reign in excessive risk taking by financial institutions and that such an approach gives regulators greater flexibility. [Pet peeve alert: it's rein in dammit, not "reign in." It's pretty bad when the editors of one of the world's largest newspapers, and a British one no less, doesn't know the difference.]

    As a British editor, what can I say?  Thankfully we're not all like that.

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  • Craig Pirrong
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    Hi, Jeanne--


    LOL. It could have been worse, I guess. They could have written "rain in."


    Thanks for reading so carefully :)


    2 Feb 2010, 07:08 AM Reply Like
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