Jeremy White, product editor of Wired magazine, is a keynote speaker and presenter on innovation in technology, AI, fin tech, IOT, health innovation and design.
I cover cryptocurrencies, blockchain, fintech and investing at Forbes. I’ve also written frequently about leadership, corporate diversity and entrepreneurs. Before Forbes, I worked for ten years in marketing consulting, in roles ranging from client consulting to talent management. I’m a graduate of Middlebury College and Columbia Journalism School.
Fintech correspondent @Reuters | Lots of fintech + other marvelous things|
Writer, reporter, editor (currently @MITSloan), covering tech, fintech, leadership, disruption, future of work. Tweets r mine. Personal = @mommyprayers.
Daniel Huang is a banking reporter out of the New York bureau of The Wall Street Journal.
Portia Crowe was a senior reporter on Business Insider's finance team covering investment banks, deals, and young Wall Street. Before joining BI, Portia reported for Reuters in Nairobi, Kenya, and for Newsday in New York. She holds a Master of Science in Journalism from Columbia University and a Bachelor of Arts in International Development Studies from McGill University.
John covers the future of finance. He previously wrote about markets and trading for Bloomberg News in New York and London. His interests include global banking, fintech, and the digitization of money.
I am a journalist, business reporter and SEO writer based in New York City. I currently report for Fortune Magazine through the Dow Jones News Fund, covering finance and technology. Previously, I wrote for TheStreet.com, covering investing, fintech, stock and bond market, personal finance, technology, retail, cannabis and much more.
Jen Wieczner (pronounced vee-ETCH-ner) is a writer at Fortune. She covers investing and finance, as well as biotech and health care, among other business topics. Her stories include features on Jonathan Bush, a member of the presidential family determined to revolutionize the health care industry; the increasing trend of traditional investors buying shares in private companies and the challenges they face; how M&A rumors spread; and a disturbing series of suicides on Wall Street.
I am a reporter at Bloomberg News, writing about banking and major news in the payments industry. I'm also interested in financial technology stories and Wall Street hiring trends.
Journalist @CNBCi. Tech, finance, politics and everything in between.
covering tech @mashable • roots in 香港. nomadic since 13. nyc now • prev @newrepublic , local alt weekly n mags • always @aaja , @uwmadison , printmaking.
Business editor @wiredUK , formerly @Telegraph and @TheLawyerMag .
Jemima writes for FT Alphaville. She was previously a reporter at Reuters, where she mainly wrote about the foreign exchange market, cryptocurrencies and fintech. She has also written for The Economist.
Senior journalist and content strategist with two decades on the media front line. Money, finance and economics specialist for the UK's most influential titles and MD of content agency FFP.
Economics reporter at The Telegraph @telebusiness.
I am a reporter covering technology out of the Guardian's West Coast office in Oakland. Previously, I covered tech & culture as a personal finance reporter at Dow Jones/MarketWatch. My work has appeared in the Wall Street Journal, New York Magazine, Quartz, Elle magazine, Cosmopolitan, VICE magazine, and others. I graduated from University of Missouri-Columbia in 2014 with bachelor's degrees in International Print & Digital Journalism and International Studies.
Not all journalists get to live their beat, but I do. My personal finance column in The Globe and Mail is one regular guy’s attempt to make sense of the world of money. I’m married with two 20-something kids and constantly figuring out ways to spend and invest intelligently. I ask the same questions you would and apply my experience and contacts to get answers. I got my start in financial writing back in the early 1990s when I covered the Bay Street business scene for The Canadian Press wire service. A few years later, I was transferred to CP’s parliamentary bureau in Ottawa to cover consumer affairs and, later, the federal Department of Finance. I left CP and joined The Globe and Mail as investment reporter in 1996. I mentioned to my boss at the time that we didn’t do much personal finance coverage at The Globe. The paper’s Personal Finance column was launched shortly afterwards, with me at the wheel. What a trip it’s been covering personal finance over the years. I’ve seen three bull markets for stocks, a couple of recessions and stock market crashes, one global financial crisis, the incredible rise of the housing market, soaring personal debt loads and an ever-present worry that Canadians aren’t saving enough for retirement. I know there’s infinite personal finance content available these days online, in print and on TV and radio. Come to me for my experience, my willingness to challenge stale consensus thinking and, most of all, my ability to make you say after finishing one of my columns: “Now I understand.”
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