Chrystia Freeland is the Global Editor-at-Large for Thomson Reuters. She was previously the US Managing Editor of the Financial Times, an international media group with interests in publishing, television production, broadcasting, electronic and multimedia businesses. Prior to her current post, she was Deputy Editor of the Saturday edition of the Financial Times. Before that, she was Editor of FT.com, where she was responsible for the successful launch of its subscription services. Prior to joining Financial Times, she was Deputy Editor of The Globe and Mail. She is the author of Sale of the Century, covering Russia's journey from communism to capitalism. She graduated with a degree in History and Literature from Harvard University. A Rhodes Scholar, she studied at St Anthony's College at the University of Oxford where she obtained a Master's in Slavonic Studies.