RTO Insider wants to become the WSJ of the electric industry

Richard Heidorn Jr. is the editor and c0-publisher of RTO Insider, which covers the electric industry. Heidorn is a former reporter and editor for The Philadelphia Inquirer, where he began covering the electric industry as Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware introduced competition in the late 1990s. His coverage won the National Press Foundation’s 1998 award […]

Q&A: What’s behind the launch of The Logic

David Skok is chief executive officer and editor in chief of The Logic, a Canadian website covering the innovation economy that launched last month. Before founding The Logic, Skok was the associate editor and head of editorial strategy at The Toronto Star. Previously, he served as the managing editor and vice-president of digital for the Boston […]

Q&A: Politico’s Cassella talks about covering the trade beat

Megan Cassella is a trade reporter for Politico Pro. Before joining the trade team in June 2016, Cassella worked for Reuters based out of Washington, covering the economy, domestic politics and the 2016 presidential campaign. It was in that role that she first began covering trade, including Donald Trump’s rise as the populist candidate vowing […]

Q&A: Erlichman talks BNN’s collaboration with Bloomberg Media

Jon Erlichman is the co-anchor of BNN’s morning program, “Business Day AM,” which airs between 8-11 a.m. Erlichman is also a correspondent with the CTV National News and a contributor to CTV’s “Your Morning.” Additionally, he hosts BNN’s series “Sidelines,” which profiles entrepreneurial celebrities, such as Robert DeNiro. BNN announced Wednesday morning that its new […]

Q&A: Industry Dive’s Griffey talks its strategy

Sean Griffey is the CEO and one of the cofounders of Industry Dive, which produces business news — sent by daily email — about a variety of industries for executives. He initially got started in media at FierceMarkets where he served as president for 3 years before leaving to found Industry Dive. His cofounders are Eli Dickinson […]

How a Minneapolis biz news desk is covering the Super Bowl

Thom Kupper is assistant managing editor for business news at the Minneapolis Star Tribune, where he oversees a team of 20 reporters and editors. He joined the Star Tribune in 2010 as senior business editor, in charge of the Sunday business section, and moved to his current role in 2015. In his time at the […]

How American Lawyer’s parent has undergone a digital transformation

Jay Kirsch was named president of media on October 31, 2016, at ALM, a media company that publishes business and legal publications. Kirsch is responsible for developing and leading the strategy for all of ALM’s media brands. Kirsch has a background in digital media, sales, technology, and scaling digital operations of media businesses. He previously worked with companies […]

Reuters’ Threlfall talks Davos coverage strategies

Axel Threlfall is an editor at large at Reuters who will be attending and covering the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. He hosts high-profile engagements and thought leadership events for and on behalf of Reuters and Thomson Reuters, such as the Newsmaker series and the World Economic Forum news show in Davos. He was […]

How She Spends got started, and where it wants to grow

Alicia McElhaney is the founder of She Spends, a website and newsletter that covers personal finance from a female point of view. McElhaney is also a reporter for Institutional Investor, where she is a generalist staff writer. Before that, she worked at TheStreet.com, where she wrote about health care companies, and The Deal, where she […]

How the San Francisco Chronicle covers the wine industry

Kitty Morgan is an assistant managing editor for lifestyle at the San Francisco Chronicle, which means she oversees the paper’s food, travel and wine coverage. The Chronicle is unique in having a strong food department, including a full-time wine writer, Esther Mobley, covering wine country, as well as a travel department that specializes in local […]