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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.
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I've edited everything from daily news at the Register.co.uk to academic research and PhDs
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Tomio Geron writes about technology, venture capital and startups for WSJ Pro Venture Capital and The Wall Street Journal from the Journal's San Francisco bureau. Previously he worked at a startup company. Prior to that, he was a staff reporter at Forbes magazine, covering technology and venture capital, and also edited the Midas List of top technology investors. Before that he was a reporter at Dow Jones, writing for VentureWire and contributing to WSJ.com. He received a William R. Clabby Dow Jones Newswires award. He has also worked at newspapers covering crime, courts, health and other topics.
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Tyler Clifford is a digital content writer and producer for CNBC.com. He joined the network in October 2018 after spending the better part of two years as a breaking news reporter with Crain’s Detroit Business. He also brings radio experience as a reporter covering local government in Lansing, Michigan.
James A. Martin is a seasoned tech journalist and blogger based in San Francisco and winner of the 2014 ASBPE National Gold award for his CIO.com blog. He writes CIO.com's Living the Tech Life blog and is also a content marketing consultant.
Tae Kim is a reporter at Barron's who covers technology. He previously worked at CNBC Digital as an investing journalist, covering stocks and markets. Before that he was an editor at Yahoo Finance and also worked as an equity analyst at hedge funds
Casey Newton is The Verge's primary source for Silicon Valley news, reporting on the people and products shaping the future of technology and culture. His daily newsletter, The Interface, explores the intersection of social media and democracy
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Dan Gallagher has covered technology for Heard on the Street since 2013. He has been writing about technology and business for two decades — well before smartphones got smart. Dan previously spent ten years at MarketWatch, where he built a data news team and served as technology editor. He is based in San Francisco.
Alabama native & MIT alum. I write about all things finance. Check me out on Trading Common Sense, Benzinga, and U.S. News & World Report
Jeremy C. Owens is an online business editor and reporter for the San Jose Mercury News, delivering breaking Silicon Valley news quickly and accurately with a growing focus on financial data analysis. He previously served as assistant managing editor at The Examiner and news editor at The Argus during more than a decade in Bay Area journalism
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