Michael A. Fletcher
Reporter

Michael A. Fletcher is a national economics correspondent, writing about unemployment, state and municipal debt and the evolving job market. Previously, he was a White House correspondent, covering both the Obama and Bush administrations. He also has written about education and race relations. Fletcher is co-author of “Supreme Discomfort: The Divided Soul of Clarence Thomas,” a critically acclaimed biography published by Doubleday in April 2007.  Fletcher was born and raised in New York City where he attended public schools. He is a graduate of Boston University.

 

 

 

Latest by Michael A. Fletcher

High court rules employers have ongoing duty to monitor 401(k) fees

High court rules employers have ongoing duty to monitor 401(k) fees

Plan participants accused a company of offering higher-priced options when cheaper ones were available.

Is building wealth only for the highly educated?

Is building wealth only for the highly educated?

People with college degrees not only earn more but make better financial decisions.

Can an old tool help fix the looming retirement security crisis?

Can an old tool help fix the looming retirement security crisis?

Financial service firms join retirement security advocates to push for new products to expand workplace coverage

Why couldn’t $130 million transform one of Baltimore’s poorest places?

Why couldn’t $130 million transform one of Baltimore’s poorest places?

Sandtown-Winchester, where Freddie Gray was arrested, remains bleak despite a big push for change.