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Mr. Kramer has over 40 years of experience in media and publishing. He currently serves on the board of directors of Gannett Co., Inc. and previously served Gannett Co., Inc. as President and Publisher of USA TODAY from May 2012 to June 2015. Prior to joining Gannett, he was a media consultant and adjunct professor of Media Management at the Newhouse School of Communications at Syracuse University. From January 2008 to January 2010, Mr. Kramer was a Senior Advisor of Polaris Venture Partners. From March 2005 until March 2008, he served in a number of positions at CBS, including President of CBS Digital Media. Prior to joining CBS, he was Chairman, CEO and Founder of MarketWatch, Inc. until its sale to Dow Jones in January 2005. He was Founder, Executive Editor, and President of Data Sport Inc. from 1991-1994 and joined Data Broadcasting Corp. as Vice President in 1994 following its acquisition of Data Sport. Prior to founding Data Sport, he spent more than 20 years in journalism as a reporter and editor, including as Assistant Managing Editor and Metro Editor of the Washington Post and Editor of the San Francisco Examiner. While a journalist, he won several awards for reporting, including the National Press Club Award, and while an editor, his staffs won two Pulitzer Prizes. Mr. Kramer serves on the board of directors of Harvard Business Publishing and the board of trustees of Syracuse University. He was a founding board member and former Chairman of The Online Publishers Association and previously served on the public company boards of Discovery Communications, Inc. (2008-2012) and Answers Corp. (2005-2011).

Eric F. Lundberg is Chief Financial Officer and Corporate Secretary of TheStreet, Inc.

Mr. Lundberg has over 20 years of experience in the media industry as a director and finance officer of private media companies. Mr. Lundberg recently held the position of Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of ALM Media, LLC, an integrated media company focused on the legal and commercial real estate sectors, from January 2008 to January 2015.  He was also a member of ALM Media's board of directors.  Mr. Lundberg joined ALM Media from Penton Media, Inc., where he served as Chief Financial Officer from November 2006 to January 2008.  Prior to joining Penton Media, Mr. Lundberg held various financial positions within American Lawyer Media (predecessor to ALM Media, LLC), including Vice President of Finance and Chief Financial Officer, from 1995-2006. Mr. Lundberg holds a B.S. in accounting from Lehigh University.

Ms. de Luna has close to 20 years of experience in the media industry. She spent more than ten years atDow Jones' MarketWatch in managerial roles, with the most recent being Interim General Manager.  Ms. de Luna recently held the position of Vice President of Product at Praetorian Digital, the leading digital media company in the public safety and local government market, which provides information and resources to help first responders, government officials and military personnel better protect themselves and their communities. She also served as a board member of the Software Information & Industry Association'sABM/CISD division, now known as Connectiv.

Ms. de Luna holds a B.A. in English from The University of Texas at Austin.

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TheStreet, Inc.

Jeff has more than 15 years' experience at The Deal, joining at its inception in 1999.  As Editor in Chief of The Deal, Jeff oversees The Daily Deal, a twice-daily digital newspaper covering the day's top M&A stories; Ahead of the News, an exclusive compilation of advance intelligence; and delivering daily exclusives & breaking news alerts across M&A, private equity, activism and restructuring.  Under Jeff's leadership, over the past 2 years The Deal staff won SABEW Best-in-Business awards for Digital General Excellence.

A lawyer by training, Jeff has been a professional writer and editor since 1983. He entered the industry as a stringer for the Courier-News, a daily newspaper in central New Jersey. As a writer for New Jersey Reporter, a public policy journal based in Princeton, he won several awards for his coverage of state politics and government, and served as a political commentator and advisor for television stations in New Jersey and Philadelphia. He has also covered the courts for Manhattan Lawyer, a unit of American Lawyer Media, worked as a reporter for the New Jersey Law Journal—for which he established "Appellate Watch", a column about the state Supreme Court—and was associate editor of the Law Journal, directing some of the paper's signature projects, and assistant managing editor for the New York Law Journal.

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Jack Mohr is the Research Director of Action Alerts PLUS, Jim Cramer's Charitable Trust portfolio. Within that high-profile role, Jack is responsible for the daily management of the fund where he works closely with Jim Cramer on macro strategy, portfolio construction, and stock selection. In consultation with Jim, he writes daily alerts and weekly summary reports for subscribers. Previously, he's worked with Jim developing stock ideas and strategies for CNBC's Mad Money. Prior to joining TheStreet, Jack worked as an equity research analyst on the top ranked Retail team at Barclays covering the supermarkets, drug stores, dollar stores, and healthy living companies. Jack began his career within Barclays' equity sales and trading division and has a terrific knowledge of both the analysis and trading of all sectors within the stock market. Jack holds a Bachelor of Science degree in finance from Georgetown University, where he served on the Board of Directors as Treasurer of the $17 million Georgetown University Federal Credit Union. He writes for TheStreet and has been featured on CNBC, ABC News, Fox 5 New York, and many other media outlets. 

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Stefan Chopin is Chief Technology Officer of TheStreet, Inc.

Mr. Chopin is a seasoned technology professional that has spent his entire career in the financial services industry creating and operating sophisticated solutions for the trading, research and information publishing sectors. Most recently, Mr. Chopin was CTO of EDGAR Online where he created advanced analytic and compliance solutions for exchange listed companies.

Prior to EDGAR Online, Mr. Chopin was CTO of E-Tran, Inc., a provider of payment and private label electronic bill-pay solutions to financial institutions. In 1995, Stefan founded Pequot Systems Inc., to develop strategic e- business technology solutions for the financial services community. Pequot was subsequently acquired by iXL Inc. to form the basis of a Financial Services Industry Practice. Mr. Chopin assumed the role of CTO for the Financial Industry Practice at iXL and developed sophisticated trading and web-based wealth management solutions for international banks. Prior to Pequot, he was Vice President of Engineering for Micrognosis, Inc. Micrognosis was a leading provider of high-end trading room solutions for the global financial services community. Mr. Chopin started his career at Singer & Friedlander, Ltd, a UK merchant bank. In 2010, he was awarded two patents relating to the display and analysis of financial information.