Josie Cox, the former business editor of The Independent, is a journalist and broadcaster from the UK who covers business, finance and gender equality. She grew up in Switzerland and started her career as a correspondent for Reuters in Frankfurt before moving to London to cover corporate finance. Prior to The Independent, she spent several years reporting on markets for The Wall Street Journal in London. Her work has been published by The Guardian, The Telegraph, Quartz, Forbes.com, Fortune, Huffington Post and The New Statesman. She is a regular guest on the BBC and a graduate of the University of Bath.
Jonathan LaMantia is a senior reporter covering health care for Crain's New York Business and its health care newsletter, Health Pulse. At Crain's, he covers the business of healthcare in New York City, reporting on hospitals, health insurers, medical groups and the health policy decisions that affect the industry. Earlier, Jonathan interned at Bloomberg News and Long Island Business News. He earned a B.A. in business journalism from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Amanda Macias is a reporter for CNBC in Washington, D.C., where she covers national security, foreign policy, and the titans of the U.S. defense industry. As a member of the Pentagon press corps, Amanda has traveled with top U.S. military officials to countries including Afghanistan, South Korea, Singapore and the United Arab Emirates. Before covering the business of war, she reported on the European debt crisis and NATO for Reuters in Brussels. She received a B.A. in broadcast journalism from the University of Missouri.
Jillian Berman is a reporter at MarketWatch, where she covers student debt and higher education. Her reporting on America's $1.5 trillion student loan problem has been recognized as a Gerald Loeb awards finalist and as a winner of the Education Writers Association's National Awards for Education Reporting. In 2017, she also received the Society for Advancing Business Editing and Writing's Larry Birger award, which honors business journalists under 30. Prior to MarketWatch, Jillian covered retail and food companies as well as workplace diversity for HuffPost. Her work has also appeared in The Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg and USA Today. She is a graduate of the University of Michigan, where she was the news editor at the campus paper, The Michigan Daily.
Paul is an award-winning tech journalist with over 20 years of industry experience. He is the founder of Thurrott.com, where he covers a wide-range of tech news, from digital media to cloud devices. Paul is currently the news director of Petri IT Knowledge, co-host of two tech podcasts (Windows Weekly and What the Tech), and author of more than 25 books.
Stan is a senior editor at Mashable, where he covers a variety of topics, ranging from personal tech to smart devices. Stan previously was a pro IT journalist in Croatia, started a blog (FranticIndustries), and co-founded and later sold whoishostingthis.com, a tool for finding the hosting provider of any website.
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