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Luke Weil Invited to Editorial Board of the Illiquid Thoughts Blog


Business and economy news and editorial site Illiquid Thoughts has invited Luke Weil to guest curate with its editorial board.

Chicago, IL (PRWEB) October 26, 2012

Special interest economics blog Illiquid Thoughts announced today that investor Luke Weil has accepted an invitation to join its editorial board as a guest curator. Weil and his current ventures have been featured numerous times on the site, and he agreed to join the board to supply a unique perspective on current business news. Illiquid Thoughts would like to highlight his contributions to the site and thank him for his insights.

Weil attended Brown University, graduating with a Bachelor of Arts in 2002 and becoming an analyst at Bear Stearns Companies. He moved on to work at consulting firm Business Strategies & Insight, Inc. In 2006, Weil returned to school at Columbia Business School, graduating with his MBA in 2008. He currently works as Vice President of International Business Development in Latin America for Scientific Games Corporation.

Illiquid Thoughts has chosen Luke Weil as a member of its editorial board based on his experience as a member of various corporations and an active investor. The periodical has also cited his work outside of his professional endeavors. Weil engages in philanthropy as a member of the board of directors for the Fortune Society, a nonprofit social service and advocacy organization dedicated to facilitating the successful transition of incarcerated persons from prison back into society.

Luke Weil will join the other editors of the site for the month of October, overseeing the site's regular slate of curators in their selection of articles from around the web and other periodicals.

About Illiquid Thoughts
Illiquid Thoughts is a blog and aggregator site created to collect and share the best current writing on business and the economy. The site shares both current news items and academic articles. The editorial board of Illiquid Thoughts delivers articles that expand the horizons of the academic discourse on economics, and provide engrossing reading for both casual readers and serious academics. Visit the blog

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