Recent Profiles

SWMS Profile: Nick Bilton, lead technology writer, New York Times

New York Times lead technology writer Nick Bilton loves technology. For three years, before he moved West, he was a user interface specialist at the NYT's R&D lab. He even named his dog Pixel. And yet, a big part of Nick's work seems to reflect misgivings about tech and its unintended impact on society.

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SWMS Profile - Colleen Taylor, TechCrunch

Colleen Taylor's career is hot and may get hotter. Currently she's well into her second year at TechCrunch, or more to the point, TechCrunch TV, on which she appears more than any other TC reporter. Colleen co-hosts CrunchWeek, produces frequent TC Cribs segments, interviews newsmakers backstage at TC Disrupt and occasionally invites vendors to be interviewed on set at TechCrunch TV's San Francisco studios. 

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SWMS Profile: Tomio Geron, social markets reporter, Forbes.com

This week we update Tomio Geron, Forbes.com. When he started in 2011 it was broad and ripe for the pitching.  Tomio favored the founders: who are they and why are they interesting. Read on to see how today's coverage has matured.
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SWMS Profile: Mike Dano, executive editor, Wireless Group at FierceMarkets

"What’s interesting is when they have something that they want to get out there, then they’ll come to us, but most of the time they’re not interested in sharing their philosophy on the industry..."
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Journalists are leaving media brands every week. Read the fruits of 16 confidential interviews with journalists now working at tech brands or PR agencies, and five interviews with the executives who hired these journalists.