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Prepping for that interview with Adam Bryant isn't all that hard. The New York Times Corner Office columnist approaches his work the same way nearly every time. Here's how he opened his CEO interviews this month:
The following July 2013 essay is from New York Times columnist Adam Bryant. It was written for business professors who assign their students to interview executives in their communities, and who asked Adam for tips they could pass along to their students. Consider it Adam's own roadmap for how to conduct a Corner Office interview.
New York Times deputy tech editor Quentin Hardy is "eternally curious and sure of himself," says former Forbes colleague Bruce Upbin. If you've ever pitched Quentin, that first part may not ring true -- chances are he wasn't the least bit curious about what you had to say. That was probably your fault.
New York Times lead technology writer Nick Bilton loves technology. For three years, before he moved West, he was a user interface specialist at the NYT's R&D lab. He even named his dog Pixel. And yet, a big part of Nick's work seems to reflect misgivings about tech and its unintended impact on society.