Craig Stock

In 2015, Craig retired from Vanguard, where he served as head of Vanguard Corporate Communications. Before joining Vanguard in 1995, Craig spent two decades in journalism. He reported on business and the economy, served as a business editor, and wrote a column on personal finance at “The Philadelphia Inquirer.” Craig has a bachelor’s degree from the University of Kansas and was a Sloan Fellow in Economic Journalism at Princeton University's Woodrow Wilson School. He’s also the author of “Investing During Retirement,” published in 1997.

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