Magazine bolsters coverage of technology industry with two new reporters
NEW YORK -- Bloomberg Businessweek announced today that Ashlee Vance, former New York Times enterprise technology writer, and Brendan Greeley, former technology and policy correspondent at The Economist, have joined the magazine as staff writers.
“Ashlee and Brendan are incredibly talented reporters with deep knowledge of their industries,” said Editor Josh Tyrangiel. “I’m thrilled to have them join our editorial team.”
Prior to joining Bloomberg Businessweek, Vance was a reporter for the New York Times covering enterprise technology. Vance joined The New York Times in 2008 after working for five years as editor of The Register, a British technology Web site. Vance is also the author of Geek Silicon Valley and has written freelance stories on technology for The Economist.
Brendan Greeley joins Bloomberg Businessweek from The Economist, where he’s spent the past three years as technology and policy correspondent. Greeley also launched, edited, and contributed to the publication’s Babbage blog. Before joining The Economist, Greeley was “blogger in chief” for the Web version of “Open Source,” the Public Radio International program.
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