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This list of 15 top targets cover Amazon as a company. We left out the stock price reporters, the ecommerce pros and the other specialists. These are the reporters who watch Amazon’s challenges, in labor, regulation and overcoming the entropy affecting all of FAANG.
Here are 14 reporters known to cover quarterly results from more than one “beat” company. We noticed that Fortune, Forbes and Insider tend not to cover quarterly results as straight news; instead, they tend to come up with second-day trend pieces off that earnings news.
Here’s a short list of podcasts that might book your techie, “big-picture” CEO who doubles as a philosopher. Naturally, the bar is high.
… including TripSavvy senior editorial director Laura Ratliff. Expect to see lots of senior talent cut from venerable consumer titles.
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“We recommend avoiding general and often dehumanizing “the” labels such as the poor, the mentally ill, the French, the disabled, the college-educated. Instead, use wording such as ‘people with mental illnesses.’ And use these descriptions only when clearly relevant.”
Aisha Counts and Max Cherney have landed good new jobs roughly six weeks after being laid off from Protocol. Both coincidentally are covering big tech companies. Aisha now covers Twitter and Meta for Bloomberg, and Max now works for Silicon Valley Business Journal covering Apple, Meta and Google.