Ronald Orol

Ronald Orol is a senior editor at The Deal and writes about hedge funds and bank and securities regulation for The Street.

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Ronald Orol is a senior editor at The Deal and writes about hedge funds and bank and securities regulation for The Street. He is the author of the book Extreme Value Hedging: How Activist Hedge Fund Managers Are Taking on the World, and holds a master's degree in business and economics journalism from Boston University.

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After the Pandemic, Teleconferencing and E-learning Could Be the New Normal Emerging Technology, Future of Work Opinion
Canada’s Workforce Needs Hybrid Skill Sets, Not Just Automation Emerging Technology, Future of Work Opinion
NAFTA 2.0 Approaches the Finish Line NAFTA/CUSMA, Trade Opinion
The “Ghost Workers” Underpinning the World’s Artificial Intelligence Systems Artificial Intelligence, Future of Work Opinion
Can Sanctions Keep China's Surveillance Market in Check? Emerging Technology, Surveillance & Privacy Opinion
Should Firms That Replace Humans with Automated Systems Face a New Tax? Future of Work Opinion
How an Online Labour Index Is Providing Much-needed Information on the Gig Economy Big Data, Future of Work Opinion
The Gig Economy's Missing Data Big Data, Platform Governance Opinion
Is a Big Tech Breakup Coming Soon? Don't Hold Your Breath Platform Governance, Innovation Economy Opinion
What Stands in the Way of Ratifying CUSMA? NAFTA/CUSMA, Trade Opinion
The End of Steel and Aluminum Tariffs Set the Stage for "Managed Trade" Trade Opinion
In Cyberspace, All Banks Are Vulnerable Cyber Security Opinion
Tech Sector Mega-mergers Are Curbing Competition Emerging Technology, IMF Opinion
Cyber Security Firms Could See a Spike in Investment Cyber Security Opinion