Chrystia Freeland serves as Managing Editor of US Operations of Financial Times Group Ltd. Ms. Freeland serves as Global Editor-At-Large of Thomson Reuters Corporation. In this role, she, serves as a key figure on Reuters Insider, a new financial video service due to launch in Q2 of this year, leading programs that benefit from her expertise and exceptional contacts in the worlds of finance and politics. She also serves as Reuters principal on-air pundit for other external broadcast partners. Additionally, Ms. Freeland serves as senior contributor to Reuters.com where she write a weekly column that focuses on critical issues taking place at the intersection of business and politics. She served as US Managing Editor of The Financial Times Limited until March 1, 2010. She served as Deputy editor, Financial Times, in London, editor of the FT's Weekend edition, editor of FT.com, UK News editor, Moscow bureau chief and Eastern Europe correspondent. From 1999 to 2001, Ms. Freeland served for two years as deputy editor of The Globe and Mail, Canada's national newspaper. She began her career working as a stringer in Ukraine, writing for the FT, The Washington Post and The Economist. Ms. Freeland is the author of Sale of a Century: the inside story of the second Russian revolution (2000), which details Russia's journey from communism to capitalism. Her profile of Mikhail Khodorkovsky, which appeared in the FT Magazine, won a Business Journalist of the Year Award in 2004.