Labor and workplace reporter for NY Times. Ex-TNR. Author of The Escape Artists, book on Obama admin & economy.
Natasha is a senior reporter for TechCrunch, joining September 2012, based in Europe. She joined TC after a stint reviewing smartphones for CNET UK and, prior to that, more than five years covering business technology for silicon.com (now folded into TechRepublic), where she focused on mobile and wireless, telecoms & networking, and IT skills issues. She has also freelanced for organisations including The Guardian and the BBC. Natasha holds a First Class degree in English from Cambridge University, and an MA in journalism from Goldsmiths College, University of London.
Aria Thaker (@ariathak) reports for Quartz India on the intersection of technology and politics, with a particular eye to the country's 2019 general election. She joined the team in September 2018, after working for around three years at The Caravan, an Indian long-form journalism magazine. Aria grew up in New Jersey and graduated from Yale College in 2015. She loves music, TV shows and strange internet memes.
General assignment reporter for NBC4's Channel 4 News.
Erin McGuire is a city reporter for Dublin Inquirer.
Maija previously worked at the Financial Times, including roles as European Technology correspondent, founding member of the FT social media team, and deputy editor of special reports. She developed and hosted the World Tech Founders podcast series, and launched the 50 Ideas to Change the World special report. She is interested in the geeky side of tech — basically if it involves visiting a farm or a factory, bring it on.
Sarah Young is a Lifestyle writer for The Independent with a specific focus on fashion and beauty.
Chavie Lieber is a senior reporter at The Goods by Vox, covering consumerism and Big Money. She spent four-and-half years writing about fashion and retail for Racked, receiving awards for her business feature reporting. Chavie is a graduate of the Columbia Journalism School and former religion reporter; she has been published in the New York Times, New York Magazine, the Huffington Post, and Tablet Magazine.
Sarah White is a senior writer for CIO.com, covering IT governance, hiring & staffing, and IT jobs.
I am a professor emeritus of Suffolk University in Boston and a visiting professor at Cranfield School of Management in the U.K. I am an award-winning careers scholar, a principal developer of the ICCS Career Exploration System and managing director of Intelligent Careers Group LLC. I now focus on, write for and consult with individuals seeking to practice career ownership in their lives. My past work includes the books "Handbook of Career Theory" (with Tim Hall and Barbara Lawrence, 1989), "The Boundaryless Career" (with Denise Rousseau, 1996) and "Knowledge at Work" (with Robert DeFillippi and Valerie Lindsay, 2006). Most recently, I co-authored the popular book "An Intelligent Career: Taking Ownership of your Work and Your Life" (with Svetlana Khapova and Julia Richardson, 2017). I have been a visiting professor at the University of Warwick, the University of Auckland and London Business School and am a frequent international speaker on contemporary careers.
Tom McKay is a journalist and breaking news reporter who specializes in politics, identities, civil rights and drug policy. Tom's writing has appeared on Mic, Yahoo News, AOL, Huffington Post, Business Insider, Snoop Dogg's Merry Jane, Wonkette and The Daily Banter, while his work has been highlighted in venues as diverse as the New York Times and USA Today to Getting Doug With High and the front page of Reddit.
I am a Los Angeles-based freelance journalist fascinated with mobility and urbanism, the VCs fueling the innovators, and where it's all headed. Much of my work here carries over from my Inc. column, Agile Founders. There, I surveyed the latest in innovation and design, including experiential design, and founders’ strategies to bring those concepts to market. Other past work includes Outside, Los Angeles Magazine, Fast Company, Paste, LA Weekly, Crain's, Thrillist, and The Real Deal. Tell me your story. How are you changing the ways we all move about?
Eric Morath reports on labor economics and policy from The Wall Street Journal's Washington Bureau. Previously, Mr. Morath covered the Treasury and Commerce departments, the Postal Service and bankruptcy news. Prior to joining Dow Jones in 2008, he covered the U.S. auto industry in Detroit.
Justice Department & federal law enforcement reporter for @AP. Previous gigs: NYC and LA. Long Island native.
New York State Correspondent for Bloomberg Law. Covering @blaw @bgov @tax and @environment .
National park lover. Covering logistics and last-mile delivery for Reuters News.
Transportation @WIRED | Former @CityLab, @agripulse.
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.
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