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Ask Jesse Eisinger Your Questions on Financial Reporting

ProPublica reporter <a href="">Jesse Eisinger</a>, who won a 2011 Pulitzer Prize for reporting on Wall Street, will be answering reader questions on <a href="">Reddit</a> from 3 to 5 p.m. Wednesday.

ProPublica reporter Jesse Eisinger, who won a 2011 Pulitzer Prize for reporting on Wall Street, is answering reader questions on Reddit from 3 to 5 p.m. today.

Click here to join the Q&A.

Eisinger teamed with Jake Bernstein on a series of stories about how Wall Street practices worsened the financial crisis. More recently, Eisinger has revealed how the Federal Reserve allowed banks to pay out $33 billion to shareholders despite warnings from the FDIC, and how Freddie Mac placed bets that would pay off if American homeowners failed to refinance while at the same time making it harder for them to do so. He also writes a bi-weekly financial column co-published with New York Times’ DealBook.

Before joining ProPublica, Eisinger covered the financial industry for Condé Nast Portfolio and the Wall Street Journal.

Eisinger won’t be able to answer all questions, but any topics are fair game: Wall Street practices, investigative journalism, or even his beloved Green Bay Packers. To follow the chat, just head to Reddit at 3 p.m., Wednesday. If you want to submit a question, click “register” in the upper-right hand corner of Reddit’s site. You won’t need to give your email address.   

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