Jo Ling Kent is a correspondent at NBC News covering business, technology and the economy. In just the past months, Kent spoke with a former YouTube employee to reveal the secrets of the platform’s algorithm in an exclusive interview, chased Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg down the hallways of Congress, interviewed Facebook and Google whistle-blowers – one of whom called Facebook “a living, breathing crime scene for what happened in the 2016 election” – and scored an exclusive first look at Amazon’s new Echo edition for kids. She covers all aspects of tech giants’ influence on our daily lives, recently reporting from Facebook’s annual F8 conference.
I'm an award-winning feature and comment writer, business reporter, author and blogger, focusing on the City and personal finance, parenthood and education, and travel. I mainly write for UK newspapers, especially The Evening Standard, The Times, Guardian and Sunday Times, and magazines including Grazia, Marie Claire, You & Your Wedding and the international press. My work has seen me named Business Journalist of the Year at the Santander Media Awards and Young Journalist of the Year at the DLA Piper Media Awards. I'm an experienced writer and editor for corporate clients stretching from SMEs to FTSE 100 firms, including De Beers, Royal Mail and Centrica. Commissions range from annual reports to blog posts. Please get in touch for information on work and rates.
I’m a business reporter for USA TODAY, where I specialize in smoothly transitioning from rapid-fire stories to in-depth enterprise projects to creative digital storytelling. I currently cover breaking news, business trends, the automotive industry and bankruptcy. I also have experience in video and film scriptwriting and have made many on-air appearances on TV and radio networks and shows, including CNN, MSNBC, Fox Business, ABC's "Good Morning America," NBC's "Today Show," NPR and Cheddar.
Sapna Maheshwari is a business reporter covering retail for The New York Times. Previously, she reported on advertising. Before joining The Times in 2016, Ms. Maheshwari covered retail and e-commerce at BuzzFeed News and Bloomberg News, and contributed to Bloomberg Businessweek. Ms. Maheshwari and a colleague won a Front Page Award from the Newswomen's Club of New York in 2015 for their reporting on the rampant use of on-call shifts at retailers such as Victoria's Secret. The chain and several other major retailers changed their staffing policies after the story. She also won a Best in Business award from the Society of American Business Editors and Writers for her story on the dark past of the Silicon Valley start-up JustFab. The story won in the digital investigations category. Ms. Maheshwari was featured on Time's list of “140 Best Twitter Feeds of 2014.” She is a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and a native of East Lyme, Conn.
Ian joined Sky News as business presenter in April 2014. His show, Ian King Live, is broadcast live at 1.30pm Monday to Friday and sees Ian interview the biggest names in business, finance and economics. Ian also offers commentary and analysis on breaking news stories. Ian has interviewed two-thirds of FTSE-100 chief executives and several prime ministers from around the world. Ian has been a business journalist for national newspapers and on television for more than 25 years, working for The Telegraph, The Guardian and The Mail On Sunday.
Chris J. Preimesberger is Editor-in-Chief of eWEEK and responsible for all the publication's coverage. In his 15 years and more than 4,000 articles at eWEEK, he has distinguished himself in reporting and analysis of the business use of new-gen IT in a variety of sectors, including cloud computing, data center systems, storage, the IoT, security and others. In February 2017 and September 2018, Chris was named among the 250 most influential business journalists in the world by Richtopia, a UK research firm that used analytics to compile the ranking. In January 2017, he was named among the internet's top 100 influencers by Scienceofdigitalmarketing.com. He has won several national and regional awards for his work, including a 2011 Folio Award for a profile of Salesforce founder/CEO Marc Benioff--the only time he has entered the competition. Previously, Chris was a founding editor of both IT Manager's Journal and DevX.com and was managing editor of Software Development magazine. His resume also includes: sportswriter and columnist for the Los Angeles Daily News, editor and television critic for the Peninsula Times Tribune (Palo Alto, Calif.), and Assistant Sports Information Director at Stanford University. He has been an assistant for The Associated Press since 1983 and resides in Silicon Valley.
Business journalist @business, on mat leave. 'Lazy journalist', 'globally insignificant', 'minion of the biased mainstream media'. Co-host, @bigfatnegative.
Shibani on Tech is a unique destination for stories at the intersection of technology and daily life. Launched in the summer of 2014, the site is the creation of technology and business journalist Shibani Joshi, whose goal is to present only those tech products and stories that are worth it — the stuff that makes life easier, more stylish, interesting, and fun.
Business reporter @ Evening Standard. Luxury + property + pubs. Property biz journalist winner- 2019 Property Press awards. Scoop winner-2016 LSL Prop awards.
I'm an award-winning journalist who has worked for daily and weekly newspapers, regional magazines, the UK's national news agency and a pioneering news website which earned a place in The Guinness Book of Records. I've won 15 business journalism awards. I'm ranked at 158 in Richtopia's list of the top 250 business journalists in the world. I've also supplied content for the national newspaper, the i, which is part of JPI Media.
Timothy is Solutions Review's Senior Editor. He is a recognized thought leader and influencer in enterprise BI and data analytics. Timothy has been named a top global business journalist by Richtopia.
Business journalist for more economic cycles than I care to admit. Executive editor, @BosBizJournal . Worcester native.
Laura Garcia is a business reporter covering health care and insurance at the San Antonio Express-News. She is also incoming treasurer of the San Antonio Association of Hispanic Journalists.
Business reporter for the @PhillyInquirer.
Ryan Faughnder is a film business reporter for the Los Angeles Times’ Company Town, covering the major Hollywood studios, including Walt Disney Co. He previously wrote for the Los Angeles Business Journal and Bloomberg News. He holds a master’s in journalism from USC’s Annenberg School and a bachelor’s in English from UC Santa Barbara.
Sports enterprise/business reporter for the @pittsburghpg. Tempting the wrath of the whatever from high atop the thing since 2011.
@NBCNEWS Senior Business Reporter. Former http://Consumerist.com mastermind. @ConsumerReports/@Gawker. Covering new economy struggles, election tech & integrity.
Business reporter with @businessposthq.
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