I'm an award-winning journalist, writer and researcher currently covering healthcare and health insurance. I've previously written about politics, business, venture capital and investing, fintech, nonprofits and agriculture--to name a few--and I'm always interested in exploring new topics. I worked competitive beats as a journalist at major metro newspapers, writing for audiences of upwards of 34 million viewers
I'm leah, a journalist and creative writer who's also obsessed with venture capital, investing, and building dope early-stage companies
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.
Yuliya Chernova writes about technology startups and venture capital for WSJ Pro Venture Capital and The Wall Street Journal. She's based in New York. She's a recipient of William R. Clabby Dow Jones Newswires awards and a Jesse H. Neal Award for business journalism. She is a graduate of Brown University.
Carrie Ghose covers technology, venture capital, City Hall, health care and the business of marijuana for Columbus Business First
I've worked as a business reporter and an editor since 1994, with the last 15 years focused on the venture capital community
Covering tech for Forbes on the East Coast with a focus on venture capital, cloud and enterprise software. Editor of the Midas List, Midas List Europe, Cloud 100 list and 30 Under 30 for Venture Capital. Public speaker and overly-prolific tweeter
A business correspondent with the Times of India in Chennai, covering technology and telecom businesses and the growing entrepreneurship ecosystem in the country. Besides breaking news related to PE, venture capital and angel investments, I have also penned features on emerging trends in the startup ecosystem, corporate HR policies and industry trends
Jason D. Rowley is a venture capital and technology reporter based in Chicago.
Business Journalist covering investment banking. Blogger. New Media Journalism @Asian College of Journalism. Views are personal. Also @Discovering_MUM.
Marina Temkin is a venture capital reporter for VCJ, where she writes about deals and fundraising. Previously she was an investment writer for Franklin Templeton, covering fixed income portfolios and a reporter with Mergermarket, focusing on tech M&A, IPO, PE and VC financing deals. Prior to becoming a journalist, Marina was a financial analyst with Duff and Phelps and Reuters. She started her career as a technology investment banker for JP Morgan. She is a Chartered Financial Analyst.
Erica Anderson, also known as @EricaAmerica, is a media executive known for a deft ability to stay ahead of the curve on the topic of media and technology. She currently serves as Executive Producer for Kara Swisher (at Vox Media) where she oversees Swisher's editorial direction and expansion across podcasts, live events and entertainment. Prior to Swisher, she spent nearly a decade in tech, where she helped two platforms, Twitter and Google, address their unintended impacts on journalism.
Amanda has been a journalist since 1986 and has worked in print, radio, television and online. She joined the world of financial journalism around 2003 and has never looked back. She specializes in tax and has written about trade law, competition law and regulatory issues.
Reza holds an MBA in Finance and Entrepreneurship from Georgetown University and completed his bachelor’s in Economics at the University at Albany. Reza has also completed certification programs in Private Equity and Venture Capital at Oxford University as well as International Business at New York University.
Kate Clark is a reporter at TechCrunch covering startups and venture capital. She's interested in diversity & inclusion, consumer technology, mobility and more. She previously covered the venture capital ecosystem for PitchBook News. A Seattle native, she is a graduate of the University of Washington, where she studied journalism and international studies.
I cover billionaires and venture capital for Forbes. I've covered startups and debates in the business world for Inc. and breaking news for The Associated Press, WBUR and Metro Boston. I recently graduated from Tufts University, where I served as editor-in-chief of The Tufts Daily.
I break stories on startups and venture capital deals for Mint, and write on larger trends, investor mindset and actively aim for holistic coverage of India's most happening sector. SoftBank, Sequoia, Accel, Alibaba, Tiger Global. I have broken deals stories on all of them.
Danielle is a partner in Cooley LLP's Emerging Companies and Venture Capital Financings practice groups and a member of the Firm's Business department. Danielle's practice focuses on the representation of issuers and venture capital investors in the formation and financing of emerging technology and life sciences companies.
At The Economic Times, I tracked the entrepreneurship ecosystem, including startups, new technologies, venture capital and private equity for over seven years.Besides technology have strong domain expertise in healthcare, education, aerospace and human resources.
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