Gregg Greenberg is currently GM of Media at the C-Suite Network and host of C-Suite TV Insights. Prior to joining C-Suite, he was the lead anchor at TheStreet for more than 13 years. In that position he interviewed CEOs, fund managers, professional athletes, entrepreneurs, and bestselling authors both live and on tape. At TheStreet he hosted ‘The Real Story’ podcast and wrote the widely read column ‘The Five Dumbest Things on Wall Street This Week’.
Before becoming the lead anchor at TheStreet, Gregg worked in finance at Lehman Brothers and Fleet Bank. (May they both rest in peace.) He received his MBA at Cornell’s Johnson School and his undergraduate degree in history from Amherst College.
Outside of journalism, Gregg wrote and produced the independent film Friends and Romans, starring Michael Rispoli, Annabella Sciorra and Tony Sirico which won the Napa Valley and Boston Film Festivals in 2015 and received three stars in Newsday. He also wrote and produced a trio of off-Broadway plays titled Clemenza & Tessio Are Dead, The Stella and Saps. All three premiered at the New York Fringe Festival and sold out their respective runs. He is also the author of F*cking Argentina & 10 More Tales of Exasperation.
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