David Shipley is the executive editor of Bloomberg View. He was previously the deputy editorial page editor and op-ed page editor for the New York Times. He served in the Clinton administration as special assistant to the president and senior presidential speechwriter from 1995 to 1997. Before that, he was executive editor at the New Republic. Shipley is co-author of "Send: Why People Email So Badly and How to Do It Better."
Max Berley writes editorials on domestic and international issues. He was previously an editor in the Washington bureau of Bloomberg News and at the Washington Post.
Lisa Beyer writes editorials on foreign policy, energy and public health. She was previously at Time magazine, where she was an assistant managing editor, foreign editor, national editor and Jerusalem bureau chief. She also worked at the nonprofit International AIDS Vaccine Initiative.
Marc Champion writes editorials on Europe and the Middle East. He was previously Istanbul bureau chief for the Wall Street Journal. He was also an editor at the Financial Times, the editor-in-chief of the Moscow Times, and a correspondent for the Independent in Washington, the Balkans and Moscow.
Mary Duenwald writes editorials on energy, health care and science. She was previously deputy editor of the New York Times op-ed page. She was also a senior editor at Harper's Bazaar, Real Simple, the Sciences and Vogue.
Paula Dwyer writes editorials on economics, finance and politics. She was previously London bureau chief for BusinessWeek and Washington economics editor for the New York Times. She is the co-author, with former SEC Chairman Arthur Levitt, of "Take On the Street."
James Gibney writes editorials on international affairs. He was previously features editor at the Atlantic. He was also deputy editor at the New York Times op-ed page, executive editor at Foreign Policy magazine, and managing editor at the New Republic and the Wilson Quarterly. In addition to his journalism experience, he was a foreign service officer and a speechwriter for Secretary of State Warren Christopher, National Security Adviser Anthony Lake and President Bill Clinton.
James Greiff writes editorials on food, agriculture, finance and economics. He was previously Wall Street news team leader at Bloomberg and senior editor for Bloomberg Markets magazine. He also worked at the St. Petersburg Times and Charlotte Observer, reporting on the banking industry.
Tobin Harshaw writes editorials on national security, military affairs and K-12 education. He was previously an editor with the op-ed page of the New York Times and the paper's letters editor. He also wrote the Opinionator, a weekly online column tracking political debate in the blogosphere.
David Henry is a copy editor who also writes for the Ticker blog on the European economy. He was previously an opinion editor and copy editor at Bloomberg News. He was also an editor for the English edition of Germany's Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung and a reporter at Bridge Information Systems, where he covered the German economy.
Timothy Lavin writes editorials on politics, economics, taxation and defense. He was previously a senior editor at the Atlantic.
Michael Newman writes editorials on politics and the law. He was previously an editor and writer at Slate. He was also deputy editorial page editor at the Los Angeles Times and an editor at the Washington Post, the New York Times and the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.
Katy Roberts writes editorials on domestic politics and the environment. She was previously the commentary editor at NYTimes.com, where she started the Room for Debate discussion site. She also served as the paper's national editor, editor of the Week in Review and the op-ed page.
Stacey Shick is chief copy editor. She has been a copy editor at the New York Times, MLB.com and the Tampa Tribune.
Mark Whitehouse writes editorials on global economics and finance. He was previously at the Wall Street Journal, where he covered economics in New York and served as a deputy bureau chief in London. He was also the founding managing editor of Vedomosti, a Russian-language business daily. He was part of a team that won a Pulitzer Prize for international reporting on Russia in 1999.
Francis Wilkinson writes editorials on politics and domestic policy. He was previously executive editor of the Week. He was also national affairs writer for Rolling Stone, a communications consultant and a political media strategist.