Serwer, AndyManaging Editor
As managing editor of FORTUNE, Andy Serwer is responsible for overseeing FORTUNE magazine and FORTUNE.com, with a combined audience of more than 11 million readers, as well as FORTUNE digital media and FORTUNE's conferences. He was named managing editor of FORTUNE in October 2006. FORTUNE is the only business magazine with a truly global distribution, and the FORTUNE 500 is universally recognized as the most important list of top corporations. Under his tenure, FORTUNE was named to both Adweek's Hot List and AdAge's A-List in 2012. FORTUNE also won four S.A.B.E.W (Society of American Business Editors and Writers) Best in Business Awards for excellence in Explanatory Reporting, Feature Writing, Technology Coverage and Small Business Reporting in 2012.
Serwer has overseen a significant expansion of both FORTUNE.com and the FORTUNE conference division. FORTUNE was the first business magazine with an iPad app and has more than 880,000 followers on Twitter.
In 2013, FORTUNE hosted the FORTUNE Global Forum in Chengdu, China. In 2010, the Global Forum in Cape Town, South Africa featured President Clinton, President Jacob Zuma, Archbishop Desmond Tutu and numerous world business leaders at the premiere business conference during the World Cup. The FORTUNE Most Powerful Women Summit, which featured Virginia Rometty, Lena Dunham and Jessica Alba in 2012, sells out a year in advance and has an extensive waitlist.
Serwer joined FORTUNE in 1985 as an intern from Columbia Journalism School and went on to cover and edit Wall Street, investing, information technology and entertainment for the magazine. In 2000, he was named Business Journalist of the Year by TJFR Business News Reporter, which called him "perhaps the nation's top multimedia talent, successfully juggling the roles of serious journalist, astute commentator and occasional court jester." He is a regular guest on MSNBC'S Morning Joe and CNBC's Squawkbox, and from 2001 to 2006 he served as the business anchor for CNN's American Morning.
Serwer received a B.A. in history from Bowdoin College, an MBA from Emory University and a master's in journalism from Columbia University.
He is on Twitter @serwer.
Barnett, MeganManaging Editor, FORTUNE.com
Megan Barnett is managing editor of Fortune Digital. She oversees the brand's website, its daily iPad app, newsletters and social media.
Barnett joined Fortune in 2010 from the financial news site Minyanville, where she was deputy editor. Prior to that she was deputy editor at Portfolio.com, the web site for the now defunct magazine Conde Nast Portfolio, where she oversaw coverage of the global financial crisis. She made the jump to that digital job from her post as staff writer for Smart Money magazine, where she covered investing and brokerages. Previously, she was a writer for U.S. News and World Report and /i>The Industry Standard.
Before becoming a journalist, Barnett spent two years covering software stocks as a research associate for an investment bank. She holds a B.A. from the University of Virginia.
Bing, Stanley Columnist
Stanley Bing claims to have been born in a log cabin behind the Wharton School of Business, but this, like much else about FORTUNE's pseudonymous columnist, is a fabrication.
Bing first made his appearance in ESQUIRE Magazine in 1983, writing scurrilous things about his employers and those of his friends, and giving strategic advice to those even more befuddled than he. Rather than risk expulsion from his crabby corporate environment, he created a new name under which he could observe and criticize the executive class while at the same time aspiring to its lifestyle. This strategy has to all intents and purposes succeeded, and today Mr. Bing snipes at the hand that feeds him while functioning as an ultra-haute executive vice president at a huge multinational corporation whose identity is one of the worst kept secrets in business.
In 1995 Bing moved to FORTUNE Magazine, where he now reports on corporate life twice monthly under the subtle headline BING! His work has also regularly appeared over the years in such publications as The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, The New York Times Sunday Magazine, New York Magazine, The New York Daily News Sunday Magazine, and a host of women's and computer magazines. He has also appeared as a regular commentator on NPR.
Bing's most recent books are You Look Nice Today, a novel, and The Big Bing, a book of essays, both published in the fall of 2003. Prior to that, Bing published The National Best Seller Throwing the Elephant: Zen and the Art of Managing Up. His previous book was the best-selling What Would Machiavelli Do? The Ends Justify the Meaness, published by HarperBusiness. Bing has been featured in Time Magazine, Imus in the Morning, CBS Sunday Morning with Charles Osgood, and many other national programs.
Bing is also the author of the books Bizwords: Power Talk for Fun and Profit; Crazy Bosses: Spotting Them, Serving Them, Surviving Them (to be reissued by HarperCollins in the spring of 2004); and Lloyd: What Happened, a novel with accompanying computer graphics, which was published in hard cover by Crown in 1998 and by Vintage in paperback this past spring. Lloyd tracks one year in the life of a middle manager who, in becoming a very senior officer of his corporation, also becomes sort of a rotten person. It is currently in development for television by Tom Hanks' production company, Playtone.
Bradley, RyanSenior Editor
Ryan Bradley is a senior editor at FORTUNE, specializing in science and health and overseeing the First section of the magazine.
Bradley joined FORTUNE in 2012. Before that he worked for Popular Science, The World Policy Journal, National Geographic Adventure, and India Today. He has written for Slate, The Atlantic, GOOD, Bloomberg Businessweek, and New York, among other publications.
Bradley earned his B.S. and M.S. in journalism from Northwestern University, where he won a Hearst Award for feature writing for his 2004 profile of Mark Zuckerberg and Facebook.
Cacace, L. Michael Senior List Editor
L. Michael Cacace is a senior list editor at FORTUNE where he oversees all FORTUNE lists, including the FORTUNE 500, FORTUNE Global 500, and FORTUNE's List of the Fastest Growing Companies.
In 2000, Cacace was presented with the Time Inc. President's Award for the creation of the FORTUNE Indexes. He has appeared on both television and radio including, Comcast CN8 and Time Warner News 1 as well as National Radio: CBS, BBC, CNBC, CNN. Previously, Cacace was Senior Editor and Director of Statistical Services, American Banker, a Thomson Financial Company from 1977-1996. Prior to that, he was an economist for the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. Cacace received a MA and BA in Economic and Minor in Mathematics from Queens College C.U.N.Y. He also received a Doctorate in Economics New York University.
He resides in Long Island with his wife.
Callaway, Sue Zesiger Contributing Editor
Sue Zesiger Callaway has spent the last 20 years writing about cars, racing and the automotive industry for numerous publications including Esquire, Men's Journal, Town&Country, and FORTUNE.
From 1994 through 2000, Callaway was also a senior editor at FORTUNE and oversaw cover stories, special issues and much of the magazine's car coverage as well as authoring a regular automotive column. In addition to articles on the most exotic sheet metal on the planet, Callaway frequently appeared on CNN as an industry expert and on the network's "Newsstand" show; some of her segments included driving a Formula 1 car, hosting a CEO-motorcycle drive-off, and assessing the high-end RV market from behind the (big) wheel.
Her sharp analysis of the automotive world-not to mention considerable skills on the racetrack-won the attention of executives at Ford Motor Company. She joined Ford in 2000, where she served first as Director of Marketing for Ford's luxury brands (Aston Martin, Jaguar, Land Rover, Volvo and Lincoln) and most recently as General Manager of Jaguar Cars North America.
Colvin, Geoff Senior Editor at Large
FORTUNE senior editor-at-large Geoffrey Colvin is a leading thinker, writer, broadcaster, and speaker on today's most significant trends in business. As a longtime editor and columnist for FORTUNE, he has become one of America's sharpest and most respected commentators on leadership and management, the shareholder value imperative, corporate governance, the infotech revolution, and related issues. His recent work on America's competitiveness in the global economy has been particularly acclaimed.
As a speaker, Colvin has engaged hundreds of audiences around the world. He is a skilled on-stage interviewer whose subjects have included Bill Gates, Rudolph Giuliani, Jack Welch, Steve Case, Richard Branson, Ted Turner, Peter Drucker, H.R.H. the Prince of Wales, and many others. He is the regular lead moderator of the FORTUNE Global Forum, and he serves as moderator for the Prince of Wales International Business Leaders Forum in London.
As co-anchor of Wall Street Week with FORTUNE on PBS for three years, Colvin spoke each week to the largest audience reached by any business television program in America. He has appeared on The Today Show, Good Morning America, CBS This Morning, ABC's World News Tonight, and dozens of other programs. He is heard daily on the CBS Radio Network, where he has made more than 8,000 broadcasts.
A native of Vermillion, South Dakota, Colvin is an honors graduate of Harvard with a degree in economics, and he holds an MBA from New York University's Stern School.
Diehl, Mia Photography Director
Mia Diehl is the photography director for FORTUNE.
Before joining FORTUNE in 1998, she served as the photo editor at The New Yorker and features photo editor at Vogue.
Diehl has won numerous awards, including the World Press award for portrait single in 2001, and the gold portraiture award from the Society of Publication Designers in 2009.
She lives in Brooklyn with her husband and their two children.
Easton, Nina Washington Columnist and Senior Editor
Nina Easton is FORTUNE's Washington columnist and senior editor, covering politics and economics in the nation's capital for a readership of more than 5 million. She also serves as co-chair of the FORTUNE Most Powerful Women Summit and currently is a fellow at Harvard's Kennedy School.
Easton is a regular panelist on Fox News Sunday and Special Report with Bret Baier and has recently appeared on NBC's Meet the Press and PBS's The Charlie Rose Show. In 2008, she was a part of the 2008 Fox News election desk, where she provided primetime commentary each primary election night as well as during the Democratic and Republican political conventions. She has also co-hosted CBS's Face the Nation and appeared on ABC's This Week, PBS's Washington Week in Review and National Public Radio, among others.
In 2004, she co-wrote the book John F. Kerry: A Complete Biography and coordinated much of the Boston Globe's political coverage as deputy chief of its Washington bureau, a position she held from 2003 to 2006.
Easton is author of the acclaimed political history Gang of Five: Leaders at the Center of the Conservative Ascendancy (Simon & Schuster, 2002), which was praised by the Washington Post for telling the story of post-Reagan conservatism "more inventively, exhaustively and entertainingly than anyone else." Her insights into the rise of the modern political right prompted the Wall Street Journal to dub her "the Dian Fossey of conservatism." In 1982, she co-authored Reagan's Ruling Class: Portraits of the President's Top 100 Officials, a Washington Post best-seller that profiled the capital's new leaders.
From 1988 until 1998, Easton was a staff writer for the Los Angeles Times and its Sunday Magazine. Her articles have won numerous major awards, including a National Headliners Award for best magazine writing and a Sunday Magazine Editors Award for investigative reporting. Before joining the Los Angeles Times, she covered business for the American Banker, BusinessWeek and Legal Times, where she reported on the 1980s savings-and-loan crisis as well as on critical policy debates on the direction of the nation’s banking system.
In 1991, Easton was selected as one of 20 "rising stars" for the British-American Project, a joint venture between the Royal Institute of International Affairs and Johns Hopkins University SAIS that brings together young leaders from the U.S. and U.K. She subsequently served on the project's executive committee and co-chaired its 1995 conference in Windsor, England.
Easton grew up in California and is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of U.C. Berkeley.
Elkind, PeterEditor at Large
Texas-based editor at large Peter Elkind uncovers high-stakes sagas in the business world and chronicles them for FORTUNE. In addition to his longer investigative articles, he writes short pieces for the First section.
His in-depth stories include "Payback: The fall of America's meanest law firm," a profile of Eliot Spitzer ("Satan or Savior?"), "The Truth About Halliburton," "The Fall of the House of Grasso," "Where Mary Meeker Went Wrong," "The Hidden Face of Janus," and "The Incredible Half-Billion-Dollar Azerbaijani Oil Swindle," about Viktor Kozeny, known as "The Pirate of Prague." Among other prizes, he is a two-time recipient of the World Leadership Forum's "Journalist of the Year" award.
Peter is co-author, with FORTUNE colleague Bethany McLean, of "The Smartest Guys in the Room: The Incredible Rise and Scandalous Fall of Enron," a national bestseller published in 2003. The 2005 documentary based on the book was nominated for an Academy Award. In 2006, Elkind and McLean covered the Houston trial of former Enron CEOs Ken Lay and Jeff Skilling for FORTUNE.
Elkind joined FORTUNE in November 1997, after freelancing for the magazine for a year. From December 1991 to April 1996 he served as editor of the Dallas Observer. Under his stewardship, the newspaper won a Penney Missouri award from the University of Missouri for best weekly in the country. The paper was also a Pulitzer Prize finalist.
Elkind was also on the staff of Texas Monthly for eight years. He won an Investigative Reporters and Editors award for his report on a nurse accused of killing children under her care. He published the story in the highly acclaimed true-crime book, The Death Shift (Viking, 1989). He has been a guest on numerous radio and television programs, including Nightline, CNN Newsnight, and The Charlie Rose Show.
Elkind graduated with honors from Princeton University in 1980, with a major in public affairs.
Fisher, Anne Contributor
Anne Fisher covers workplace and management topics for FORTUNE and writes the popular weekly career-advice column Ask Annie at CNNmoney.com.
Fisher began her career as a FORTUNE reporter in 1980 and became a writer in 1983. She has also written for Savvy, The New York Times, and Inc. Her latest book, "If My Career's on the Fast Track, Where Do I Get a Road Map?," was published by William A. Morrow in April 2001. An earlier book, "Wall Street Women," was published by Alfred A. Knopf in 1990 and has been translated into German and Japanese.
Fisher was born in Buffalo, New York. She has a B.S. in economics and political science from C.W. Post College.
Gallagher, Leigh Assistant Managing Editor
Leigh Gallagher is an Assistant Managing Editor at FORTUNE, where she edits feature stories and is responsible for a variety of FORTUNE editorial franchises, including the "Best Companies to Work For" and "40 Under 40" rankings, as well as FORTUNE's annual Business of Style issue. Leigh is a seasoned business news commentator, appearing frequently on a wide variety of cable and network television programs. She is also a regular biweekly guest on American Public Media's "Marketplace" on National Public Radio.
Before joining FORTUNE in 2007, Leigh was a senior editor at SmartMoney magazine. Prior to SmartMoney, she spent six years as a writer and reporter for Forbes magazine.
Originally from Media, Pennsylvania, Leigh is a graduate of Cornell University and lives in New York City.
Gunther, Marc Contributor
Senior writer Marc Gunther covers the environment, corporate citizenship and workplace issues. He writes a weekly column for CNNMoney.com on the social and environmental impact of business.
His book about companies that do well by doing good, Faith and FORTUNE: The Quiet Revolution To Reform American Business, was published in 2004 by Crown Business.
Before joining FORTUNE in 1996, Gunther worked at newspapers including the Detroit Free Press, the Detroit News, and the Hartford Courant.
Gunther has a B.A. from Yale.
Hartman, JedGroup Publisher, Time Inc. News & Business
Jed Hartman assumed the role of group publisher of Time Inc.'s News and Business titles in October 2012. In this position, he oversees worldwide ad sales and marketing for TIME, TIME.com, FORTUNE, FORTUNE.com, MONEY, and CNNMoney.com.
Previously, Hartman was worldwide publisher of FORTUNE, FORTUNE.com, MONEY and CNNMoney.com, all of which he continues to oversee. Under his leadership, FORTUNE was named No. 6 on the 2012 Advertising Age A-list. He has expanded FORTUNE's booming conference business by bringing in record sponsorship dollars and played a major role in taking CNNMoney international and launching its mobile products. He was also the driving force behind FORTUNE's new iPad app, the first newsstand app to seamlessly integrate print and digital content, which has consistently been at the top of the Business and Investing category since its recent launch.
Prior to joining Time Inc., Hartman served as publisher of The Week and TheWeek.com from November 2007 to April 2010. Under his leadership, The Week was one of only a few media properties to achieve extraordinary advertising growth in 2009 and was included in both the Ad Age A list and the Mediaweek Hot List that year. Hartman also oversaw sales and marketing for both the launch and relaunch of TheWeek.com and led the site to profitability in its first year.
Before his time at The Week, Hartman spent nine years at Time Inc. He began as an account manager for FORTUNE and was promoted to sales director for the FORTUNE/MONEY group in 2001, where he managed the New York sales team until 2007.
Hartman earned a B.A. in government, with a double minor in art and music, at St. Lawrence University. He lives with his wife and daughter in Greenwich, Conn.
He is on Twitter @JedKHartman.
Helft, MiguelSenior Writer
Miguel Helft is a San Francisco-based senior writer at FORTUNE, where he covers Silicon Valley. He joined FORTUNE in August 2011 following a 5-year stint as a reporter at The New York Times covering companies like Apple, Facebook and Google. His outstanding reporting contributed to FORTUNE's technology team winning a SABEW Best in Business Award in 2012.
His knowledge of Silicon Valley and the tech world runs deep. He worked as a software engineer at Sun Microsystems in the late-1980s, and for the past 17 years, he has chronicled major industry events – from the Microsoft antitrust trial to the dot-com boom and bust – at publications like the Industry Standard, the San Jose Mercury News and the Los Angeles Times.
Born and raised in Argentina, Helft emigrated to the U.S. to attend Stanford University, where he earned a BA in Philosophy and a Master's in Computer Science.
He is on Twitter @mhelft.
Hempel, JessiSenior Writer
Jessi Hempel covers technology and the Internet as a senior writer for FORTUNE. She also co-chairs FORTUNE's annual technology conference, Fortune Brainstorm Tech, and is a seasoned speaker and panel moderator. Her outstanding reporting contributed to FORTUNE's technology team winning a SABEW Best in Business Award in 2012.
Hempel's cover-story subjects in FORTUNE have included Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, IBM and Research in Motion. She has written in-depth articles on the structural problems that may hinder Twitter's growth and the emerging competition between Facebook and Google over the social Web. Hempel was the first to profile the Russian investor Yuri Milner, who has bought a substantial share in Facebook as well as nearly every other consumer Web company.
Before joining FORTUNE in July 2007, Hempel covered design and technology for BusinessWeek, where she wrote the first business cover story on social networks, "The Myspace Generation." Earlier in her career, Hempel taught fourth grade with Teach for America and reported from Hong Kong for TIME Asia.
Hempel is a graduate of Brown University and received a master's in journalism from the University of California, Berkeley.
She is on Twitter @jessiwrites.
Kavulla, BrandonCreative Director
Biography coming soon.
Beth Kowitt is a writer for FORTUNE, where she covers a broad range of topics with a focus on careers and consumer goods and services. She's also a frequent contributor to the "Careers" section. Her 2010 story "Insider Trader Joe's" was named one of the best business stories of the year by Longform.org and received a Sidney Award from New York Times op-ed columnist David Brooks.
Kowitt joined FORTUNE in June 2008. She got her start in business journalism working for Platts Oilgram News.
She has a B.A. in sociology and English from Bowdoin College and an M.S. from Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism.
She is on Twitter @BethKowitt.
Lashinsky, AdamSenior Editor-at-Large
Adam Lashinsky covers Silicon Valley and Wall Street for FORTUNE and is the author of Inside Apple: How America’s Most Admired — and Secretive — Company Really Works (Hachette Book Group/Grand Central Publishing). He has been on the magazine’s staff since 2001 and for two years before that was a contributing columnist. In addition, Lashinsky is a contributor to the Fox News Channel, appearing weekly on Cavuto on Business on Saturday mornings; co-chair of the magazine’s annual Fortune Brainstorm Tech conference; host of the FORTUNE.com video-interview series "Connected"; and a seasoned speaker and panel moderator.
Lashinsky's cover-story subjects in FORTUNE have included Apple, Hewlett-Packard and Google. He also has written in-depth articles on Wells Fargo, Intel, Oracle, eBay, Twitter and the venture-capital industry, as well as on topics as diverse as San Francisco politics, oil-exploration technology and the economic recovery of New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina.
Before joining FORTUNE, Lashinsky was a columnist for the San Jose Mercury News and TheStreet.com. Before moving to California he was a reporter and editor for Crain's Chicago Business. As a Henry Luce Scholar, he worked for a year in Tokyo as a reporter for the Nikkei Weekly, the English-language version of Japan's main economic daily. He began his career in the Washington bureau of Crain Communications.
A native of Chicago, Lashinsky earned a degree in history and political science from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. He lives in San Francisco with his wife and daughter.
Leahey, ColleenReporter and Digital/Program Manager, MPW
Colleen Leahey joined FORTUNE in May 2011. Her focus is building the Fortune Most Powerful Women franchise in the digital and live media space, as well as managing programming for the MPW Summit and other MPW events. Colleen also contributes to the magazine's coverage of women leaders, technology, media and small business.
Before beginning her career at Time Inc., Colleen was an editorial intern at the New Yorker. Working closely with Ryan Lizza and Jane Mayer, she was able to fine-tune her editorial skills, assisting the writers as they crafted investigative pieces. She also interned at Bicycling magazine; her eight-page feature on America's greatest shop rides was featured on Bicycling's October 2010 cover.
A native of Allentown, PA, Colleen graduated from Georgetown University in 2011 with a BA in Government and English.
She is on Twitter @CmLeahey.
Loomis, CarolSenior Editor-at-Large
Carol Loomis, a senior editor-at-large for FORTUNE, has been on the editorial staff of the magazine for 58 years.
She writes primarily about financial subjects and has written many profiles, including articles about Sandy Weill, Robert Rubin and Warren Buffett. Loomis has edited Buffett's annual letter to Berkshire Hathaway shareholders for 35 years. She is the author of the Tap Dancing to Work, a biography of Warren Buffett released in 2012 that chronicles the best of FORTUNE's reporting on Buffett over the years.
Loomis has won several lifetime-achievement awards: the Gerald M. Loeb Lifetime Achievement Award (1993); the Women's Economic Round Table Award (2000) for print journalists, of which she was the first recipient; Time Inc.'s Henry R. Luce Award (2001), of which she was also the first recipient; and the Society of American Business Editors and Writers' Distinguished Achievement Award (2006).
As a result of a FORTUNE article Loomis wrote in the 1970s, the U.S. government began to compile consolidated financial statements. The Secretary of the Treasury later appointed Loomis to the Advisory Committee on Federal Consolidated Financial Statements.
In 2005, Loomis wrote a memoir about her half-century at the magazine for an issue celebrating FORTUNE's 75th anniversary.
Loomis attended Drury University and the University of Missouri, from which she received a bachelor of journalism degree.
Mehta, Stephanie N.Deputy Managing Editor
Stephanie N. Mehta is deputy managing editor at FORTUNE, where she helps steer the overall editorial direction of the magazine and oversees technology, international and Washington coverage. Mehta is also a key contributor to the magazine's live events and serves as co-chair of FORTUNE's MPW Summit and Brainstorm Tech.
Previously, Mehta served as executive editor, assistant managing editor and global editor at FORTUNE. Prior to these positions, she covered the telecommunications and media industries for the magazine.
Mehta joined FORTUNE from the Wall Street Journal, where she was an assistant news editor, reporting and editing technology stories. She wrote extensively about telecommunications at the Journal, focusing on wireless and local phone companies.
Mehta joined the Journal in 1994 as a staff reporter for the paper's Enterprise group and was promoted to deputy bureau chief of that group in 1996. Prior to joining the Journal, she worked as a business reporter for the Virginian-Pilot in Norfolk, Va.
She received a B.S. in English and an M.S. in journalism from Northwestern University.
She is on Twitter @StephanieMehta.
Muse, HeatherWriter, Franchises and Lists
Heather Muse is Fortune.com’s Franchises and Lists Editor and oversees the site’s social media strategy. Her writing has been published in the Village Voice, Flagpole magazine and RollingStone.com, among others. She has previously worked as an editor at Seventeen.com and RollingStone.com and has taught journalism and media studies courses at New York University, Brooklyn College, and Temple University.
Muse holds a B.A. in journalism from New York University, an M.A. in journalism and mass communication from the University of Georgia and is a doctoral candidate in mass media and communication at Temple University.
She grew up in Massachusetts and lives in Brooklyn.
Tory Newmyer joined FORTUNE in August 2010, where he reports on the intersection of business and government. For the past five years he worked with Roll Call, covering lobbying, campaign finance, ethics and the major personalities and debates driving Congress.
Most recently at Roll Call, he was a staff writer covering the House of Representatives, reporting on Democratic efforts over the past two years to pass the most ambitious legislative agenda in a generation, including the stimulus bill, a climate change package, and health care reform. Newmyer has also tackled investigative pieces on earmarks and produced groundbreaking coverage of the influence of money in politics. His work has appeared in Portfolio, The American and GQ.
A native of Washington, D.C., Newmyer received a B.A. from Columbia University and is based in the capital.
O'Keefe, BrianAssistant Managing Editor
Brian O'Keefe, an assistant managing editor at FORTUNE, writes and edits feature stories on a range of topics—from finance to science to sports. He oversees the magazine's coverage of energy and commodities markets, helps to coordinate the magazine's Wall Street and investing content, and manages the Fortune 500 and Global 500 lists. He is also a regular contributor to FORTUNE's Brainstorm Green and Brainstorm Tech conferences.
Recent cover stories by O'Keefe include the first major profile of Wal-Mart chief executive Mike Duke, an examination of corporate America's new emphasis on military hiring, and a look at Exxon's big bet on fracking. Since joining FORTUNE, O'Keefe has traveled to China to study the rise of U.S. brands, to Australia to report on an iron ore boom, and to Brazil to write about the fast-growing offshore oil and gas industry.
O'Keefe joined FORTUNE in 2000 as a reporter assigned to cover Wall Street and investing. Before joining FORTUNE, O'Keefe was a staff reporter at SmartMoney magazine and contributed articles to publications including the New York Observer and the New York Daily News.
A native of Birmingham, Ala., O'Keefe has a B.A. in English from the University of Alabama and an M.A. in journalism from New York University. He lives in Brooklyn with his wife and son.
He is on Twitter @brianbokeefe.
Scott Olster is an editor at Fortune.com, overseeing the site’s leadership, management, and careers coverage. Olster joined Fortune in April 2010. He previously held positions at the New York City Economic Development Corporation and Kobre & Kim LLP, a securities litigation firm. He has a graduate degree from Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism and undergraduate degrees from Columbia University and the Jewish Theological Seminary. Olster is a Long Island native and currently lives in Brooklyn.
Parloff, RogerSenior Editor (Legal Affairs)
Roger Parloff is a senior editor at FORTUNE, where he covers a wide range of legal issues—from mass torts to intellectual property.
Formerly a practicing criminal litigation attorney in Manhattan, Parloff has been a full-time journalist since 1988 and joined FORTUNE as a regular contributor in 2002. His work has appeared in the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, the American Lawyer, Inside.com, New York magazine, Legal Affairs, Legal Times and Spectrum.
Parloff's July 2012 FORTUNE story "Megaupload and the twilight of copyright" was highly acclaimed, winning a Best in Business Award for an explanatory piece of journalism, presented by the Society of American Business Editors and Writers. His January 2012 profile of Barry Minkow was also recognized with a SABEW Award in the Feature Writing category.
Parloff is the author of Triple Jeopardy (Little, Brown and Co., 1996), a nonfiction book about the death penalty.
Parloff holds a B.A. from Harvard College and a J.D. from Yale Law School.
He is on Twitter @RParloff.
Primack, Dan Senior Editor, FORTUNE.com
Dan Primack joined Fortune.com as Senior Editor in September 2010 to cover deals and dealmakers, from Wall Street to Sand Hill Road. Primack’s morning newsletter, The Term Sheet, covers venture capital, Wall Street, M&A and other deal-related topics.
Previously, Primack was an editor-at-large with Thomson Reuters, where he launched both peHUB.com and the peHUB Wire email service, a daily email blast with close to 60,000 subscribers.
In a past journalistic life, Primack ran a community paper in Roxbury, Massachusetts. He currently lives just outside of Boston.
Michal Lev-Ram was named Writer at FORTUNE in January 2010. Previously, Lev-Ram worked at FORTUNE and Business 2.0 from 2005 to 2008 and had been a frequent contributor to Fortune.com and CNNMoney.com.
Lev-Ram is based in Silicon Valley and San Francisco, where she covers enterprise technology for the magazine and website. Her outstanding reporting contributed to FORTUNE winning a SABEW Best in Business Award for its technology coverage in 2012.
She holds a degree in journalism from San Francisco State University, and she lives in Palo Alto with her husband and two daughters.
She is on Twitter @mlevram.
Reingold, JenniferSenior Editor
Jennifer Reingold is a senior editor for FORTUNE, where she specializes in management issues.
Reingold joined FORTUNE in January 2007. Previously, she worked as senior writer at Fast Company and as an associate editor at BusinessWeek, where she was in charge of the management department and supervised the magazine's coverage of business schools and executive education. From December 1992 to December 1995, Reingold worked at Financial World, where she began as a reporter and subsequently held the position of staff writer and associate editor. Prior to that, she was a news assistant at The Wall Street Journal.
Reingold received the Newswomen's Club Front Page award for magazine writing in 2006, the Deadline Club award for Best Business Reporting in 1999 and the Association of Food Journalists award for Best Magazine Food Feature in 2007. She was also a finalist in the Feature Writing category for the 2008 Gerald Loeb Awards.
Additionally, Reingold is the co-author, with Dan Reingold, of "Confessions of a Wall Street Analyst" (Harper Collins, January 2006). She is also the co-author of "Final Accounting: Ambition, Greed and the Fall of Arthur Andersen" (Broadway Books: New York, March 2003) with former Arthur Andersen executive Barbara Ley Toffler.
Reingold holds a B.A. in political science from the University of Pennsylvania and an M.A. in international affairs and economics from the Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) at Johns Hopkins. She lives in Manhattan with her husband, Randall Lane, and their two daughters.
Daniel Roberts, a writer-reporter at FORTUNE, covers sports business, technology, media, branding, and food and beverage. He is the lead reporter on FORTUNE's Annual 40 Under 40 list of the rising stars of business.
Roberts joined FORTUNE in 2010. Before that, he worked as a city reporter for the New York Daily News, Wall Street Journal, and Bronx Times Reporter, a division of NewsCorp's Community Newspaper Group (CNG).
He has written features for the magazine on Under Armour, See's Candies, sports agent Leigh Steinberg, chef David Chang and musician Will.i.am, and reported a wide range of scoops at FORTUNE.com. Roberts holds a B.A. from Middlebury College and a Master's in journalism from Columbia University.
Sellers, PattieSenior Editor-at-Large, FORTUNE, and Executive Director of MPW/Live Content, Time Inc.
Pattie Sellers has written more than 20 FORTUNE cover stories including "Marissa Mayer: Ready to Rumble at Yahoo," “Muhtar Kent’s New Coke,” "Oprah's Next Act," "The $100 Billion Woman" (Melinda Gates), and “Gone with the Wind” (Ted Turner). She co-founded FORTUNE Most Powerful Women and oversees the FORTUNE MPW Summit, the preeminent gathering of women leaders in business and beyond—and programs such as Fortune MPW Entrepreneurs and the Fortune-U.S. State Department Global Women Leaders Mentoring Partnership.
Pattie also develops Live Content across Time Inc. Her blog, Postcards (http://postcards.blogs.fortune.cnn.com/), is about how power players lead and navigate their careers.
Pattie won Time Inc.’s prestigious MVP award for her performance in 2012.
She is on Twitter @PattieSellers.
Sloan, AllanSenior Editor-at-Large
Allan Sloan is a senior editor-at-large at FORTUNE, where he writes a column on business and finance. The column also runs in the Business section of the Washington Post.
Sloan was previously Newsweek's Wall Street editor. Before his 12-year stint at Newsweek, he was a columnist at Newsday and also held positions at Forbes and Money, among other publications.
Sloan is a seven-time winner of the prestigious Gerald Loeb Award, business journalism's highest honor. He has received Loeb awards in four different decades in four different categories for five different employers, one of which is FORTUNE. He has won numerous other awards and honors during his 40-year business-journalism career. In 2001 he received both the Loeb Lifetime Achievement Award and the Distinguished Achievement Award from the Society of American Business Editors and Writers.
Sloan received a B.A. from Brooklyn College and an M.S. from Columbia Journalism School. A native of Brooklyn, he resides in New Jersey with his wife. They have three grown children and two grandchildren.
Smith, TimSenior Features Editor
Tim Smith is the senior features editor at FORTUNE. He joined the magazine as a writer in 1994. Before he came to FORTUNE, Smith worked for 12 years at The Wall Street Journal, serving as a Page One writer and editor, Atlanta bureau reporter, and Washington bureau copy editor. He also worked at The Wall Street Journal Europe , where he was the Page One editor in Brussels.
Smith was the winner of the Gerald Loeb career achievement award for editing in 2005. Known as the Lawrence Minard Editor Award, it recognizes an editor whose work does not receive a byline.
Smith, a native of New York City , has a B.A. in history from Brown University. He is also a graduate of La Sorbonne in Paris , and of a school for auto mechanics in Washington, D.C. He has three children and lives in Bronxville, N.Y., with his wife, Jennifer.
Taylor III, AlexSenior Editor-at-Large
Alex Taylor is a senior editor-at-large at FORTUNE, where he covers the automobile industry.
Taylor joined FORTUNE in 1986. Before that he worked for TIME and the Detroit Free Press.
Taylor has won numerous awards for his automotive writing, including three first prizes from the Detroit Press Club Foundation. The Washington Automotive Press Association voted him journalist of the year. His memoir, Sixty to Zero, was published in 2010 by Yale University Press.
He is a member of the International Motor Press Association and is on the jury for the North America Car of the Year Awards. He served as a judge for the Overseas Press Club Awards and an adjunct professor at the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism.
Taylor earned an A.B. in history from Middlebury College and an M.A. in journalism from the University of Missouri.
Tkaczyk, ChristopherSenior Editor
Christopher Tkaczyk is a senior editor at FORTUNE managing the editorial staff, content, production, story assignments, and integration of print and digital magazines for the publication.
Previously he was an associate editor, overseeing edit content for the digital app on tablet devices. He joined Fortune in 2000, and as a general assignment business reporter, covered career and workplace stories while reporting the magazine's annual list of the Best Companies To Work For.
He wrote biographies of dozens of socialites for "Inheriting Beauty," a pictorial survey of power philanthropists and businesswomen from Paris to Beijing that was published by PowerHouse Books in 2008.
Prior to FORTUNE, Tkaczyk worked for the Committee on Energy and Commerce in the U.S. House of Representatives.
He's a former staff writer of the Mackinac Island Town Crier and has a B.A. in English literature and playwriting from the University of Michigan, where he was arts editor and columnist at the Michigan Daily.
Tseng, Nin-Hai Writer – Reporter
Nin-Hai Tseng is a Writer–Reporter for Fortune.com covering the economy, housing and finance.
Tseng joined FORTUNE in June 2010. She previously worked as a public affairs associate for GE and as a journalist for the Orlando Sentinel and the Florida Times-Union in Jacksonville, Fla.
Tseng holds an M.P.A. from Columbia University's School of International and Public Affairs and a B.S. in Journalism from the University of Florida.
She grew up in Miami and currently lives in Manhattan.
Tully, ShawnSenior Editor-at-Large
Shawn Tully, an editor-at-large at FORTUNE, covers Wall Street, banking and healthcare.
Tully joined FORTUNE as a reporter in 1979, was promoted to associate editor in 1982 and established FORTUNE's first editorial office in Paris in 1983. From 1987 to 1989, Tully served as European Editor, supervising all of FORTUNE's coverage in Europe.
Returning to the U.S. at the start of 1990, Tully contributed features on a wide range of topics, including "America's Painful Doctor Shortage," "The Super CFOs," and "Donald Trump, An Ex-Loser Is Back in the Money."
In early 2000, Tully predicted the collapse of the tech bubble in "Has the Market Gone Mad?" He covered the Napster saga ("Big Man Against Big Music"), the stent wars between J&J and Boston Scientific ("Blood Feud") and the troubles at the New York Stock Exchange ("Bringing Down the Temple"). He's also developed a specialty in banking, following Jamie Dimon's comeback at Bank One and JP Morgan. His recent pieces chronicle fall of two CEOs at major financial institutions, Bank of New York Mellon ("Robert Kelly: Inside the Fall of a Superstar Banker") and Barclays ("The Death of Bob Diamond's Dream at Barclays"). In "Break Up the Euro," Tully discusses how the single currency has undermined the competitiveness of Europe's weak economies, and argues that exiting the Eurozone, despite the temporary turmoil, is their quickest route to recovery.
Tully left FORTUNE in 1996 for a stint as on on-air TV reporter for CNBC, but returned to the magazine in early 1998.
Tully holds a B.A. from Princeton University, an MBA from the University of Chicago, and a Master's in Applied Economics from the University of Louvain in Belgium.
Varchaver, NicholasAssistant Managing Editor
Nicholas Varchaver is an assistant managing editor at FORTUNE, where he writes and edits stories on a wide variety of subjects. Most recently, he co-authored a cover story on Bernie Madoff.
Varchaver joined FORTUNE in 1999. Prior to FORTUNE, he was a senior editor at Brill’s Content, where he edited features and cover stories. Before Brill’s, he was a staff writer at Smart Money, where he reported and wrote feature stories. He has also reported, written and edited for The American Lawyer and Manhattan Lawyer magazines.
Varchaver has a B.A. in philosophy and an M.S. in journalism from Columbia University.
David Whitford joined FORTUNE as a senior writer in 1996 and FORTUNE Small Business as an editor-at-large in 2001. In 2007 he returned to FORTUNE as an editor-at-large based in Boston.
Before joining FORTUNE, Whitford was a senior writer at Inc. magazine, a writer at Sport magazine, an author of several sports books and a noted freelance writer on subjects beyond business and finance for magazines such as Esquire, GQ and UU World.
Among his most memorable stories for FORTUNE are a collaboration with Peter Elkind and Doris Burke exploring the Deepwater Horizon disaster in the Gulf of Mexico ("An Accident Waiting to Happen"); an inside look at Exelon's failed attempt to buy NRG Energy ("Nuclear War: Inside the Takeover Battle for America’s Electricity"); a 2008 profile of John McCain ("The Evolution of John McCain"); and for FORTUNE’s 75th anniversary issue, a return to Hale County, Alabama, in the footsteps of James Agee and Walker Evans ("The Most Famous Story We Never Told").
Whitford was raised in Wayne, Pa., attended high school in Madison, Wis., and graduated from Brown University, where he majored in history. He has a graduate degree in journalism from Columbia University. Whitford is a proud member of the Newspaper Guild of New York. He was a named plaintiff in the landmark case Tasini v. New York Times Co., which went all the way to the Supreme Court in April 2001; the resulting ruling guaranteed important rights for freelance writers. He was a finalist in the magazine category for the 2003 Gerald Loeb Award for excellence in financial journalism.
Whitford lives in Arlington, Mass., with his wife and two daughters.