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Larry Edelman

Larry Edelman oversees coverage of local, regional, and business news. He was editor of the Business section from May 2015 to May 2017. Before that he was a senior editor at the Wall Street Journal and Bloomberg News. A graduate of Cornell University, he first worked at the Globe from 1989 to 1999, including five years as business editor. He lives in Dorchester.

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LARRY EDELMAN

Bold design for a car-free span over Fort Point Channel would reflect a forward-looking city

By , Globe Columnist

We should push hard for the new Northern Avenue Bridge — and to keep it free of cars and most other vehicles.

Larry Edelman

Inflation is no longer a scourge. Thank Paul Volcker

By , Globe Staff

Paul Volcker, who died Sunday at 92, is best known for taming inflation as chairman of the Federal Reserve in the 1980s. His Boston friends also remember a man with enormous decency and humanity.

Analysis

Elizabeth Warren has ‘a plan for that’ — more than 50 expensive ones

By , Globe Staff

Warren’s campaign platform underscores an existential question for Democrats: How far left should the party tack to rein in what many voters see as out-of-control capitalism?

Fidelity picks new chief for its funds business

By , Globe Staff

Bart Grenier, a top executive at Fidelity’s London-based affiliate, is returning to Boston to succeed Steve Neff, who will retire in March after 23 years at the company.