Daniel Macy

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Daniel Macy

Daniel Macy is a freelance regulatory and Washington policy reporter with 10 years of experience based in Washington, D.C., United States of America. His areas of reporting have included securities and commodities regulation; renewable energy markets and policy; and international coordination of financial services regulation. 

Dan specializes in reporting breaking news in the renewable energy markets and regulation. 

Dan was an editor with Thompson Information Services for 10 years. His reporting also has been published by Bloomberg, Bankrate.com, the Society for Human Resources, the Pratt Letter and other publications. He currently writes for Oil Price Information Service by IHS Markit and is available for limited assignments that do not conflict with his current employer's interests. 

Dan is also a photographer whose work has appeared in Northern Virginia Magazine, FrontLine (PBS), and Crain's Investment News.



News story for The Wire, published by the National Press Club in Washington, D.C., of an event about protecting freelance reporters in conflict zones.


Blog post about John Strumpf during the last days of his tenure as Wells Fargo CEO, in the wake of the fake account openings. Covers his congressional testimony.


Blog post about the U.S. Republican agenda at the dawn of the Trump era and how it could affect private equity. Features quotes from Sen. Tom Tillis (R-N.C.) who championed a corporate tax cute in his home state in 2013.


Blog post about new U.S. Securities and Exchange Chairman Jay Clayton and how his tenure may shape the future of private equity.


A blog post about a January, 2017, protest against President Donald Trump's controversial "travel ban" that was staged in front of the U.S. Supreme Court in Washington, D.C.


A photo essay about the economic resurgence of Detroit, Michigan, once a manufacturing powerhouse, then a Midwestern American city that fell on hard times.


A consumer-friendly story about how the Trump-led Republican tax plan could affect you and your investments, published by Bankrate.com.

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