Recent Profiles

How to Pitch Contributions to Fast Company's 'Work Life'

If it wasn’t before, Fast Company’s Work Life section became perfectly positioned when legions of readers began working where they lived and living where they worked. “I will say what our editor-in-chief, Stephanie Mehta, has said about Work Life, which is, it’s table stakes for us,” says deputy editor Kathleen (Kate) Davis.

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Constellation Research's Post-Pandemic Playbooks

“Pitch the reporters but study the analysts” has been our mantra for a while now. In that spirit, we recently checked in with Constellation Research founder R “Ray” Wang, who has been busy presenting to clients -- and listening to them, too.

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Fortune's Andrew Nusca on Covid-19's Impact on Edit and PR

Fortune digital editor Andrew Nusca is one of the many editors who shared their thoughts about the impact of Covid-19 and how PR pros should proceed. Since Andrew answered so generously, we decided to present his thoughts as a separate piece. In short, Andrew is an optimist. 

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Profile: Nicholas Carlson, Business Insider

Imagine overseeing 350 reporters at a time like this. Business Insider global EIC Nicholas Carlson doesn't have to imagine it because he does it every day. In a phone interview conducted Mar. 25, Nicholas (who goes by Nic) shared details galore on how BI is operating -- and it's pretty darn well given the circumstances.

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Profile: Alex Wilhelm, TechCrunch

Alex Wilhelm is back at TechCrunch. Four years away have changed him. "I'm in different physical shape these days," he says from his WFH studio in Rhode Island. "I'm a lot thinner. I don't drink anymore. I'm a less aggressive, kinder person than I was. And I know a lot more."

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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.
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