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Q&A: Bruce Rogers, Forbes senior contributor

A former VP and chief insights officer at Forbes, Bruce Rogers continues to serve his alma mater as a senior contributor. He says he receives ten pitches a day. Before you add the 11th, give yourself an advantage and enjoy this Q&A…

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Former InformationWeek reporter David Carr has joined Similarweb as senior insights manager. He’ll be mining data and sharing analyses on Similarweb’s blog. SWMS will be

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Profile: Kenrick Cai, Forbes

Forbes senior reporter Kenrick Cai chases Series A funding and spotlights fast-rising startups. Upon graduation from Duke University in June 2019, Kenrick joined Forbes as an intern and worked his way up.

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Alex Konrad: A Deeper Look

Forbes senior editor Alex Konrad gave us a metric ton of insight this month — one article just wasn’t enough. So this week we plumb the notebook of SWMS contributor Rhiannon Pacheco, who interviewed Alex earlier this month, and present the rest of Alex’s thoughtful and heartfelt advice for PR pros looking to win his attention.

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SWMS Debut: ‘Two Questions’

[SWMS contributor Rhiannon Pacheco writes:] “Today we’re excited to launch Two Questions, an incisive, get-to-the-point interview series where we sit down with a top-tier journalist to learn what makes them tick and why they love what they do. Our inaugural guest: Forbes senior editor Alex Konrad.

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Personal news: Today is my last day at Modern Healthcare. It's been such a good run - I learned so much and worked with truly fantastic people. I'm very grateful.

Starting Oct 11, I'm going to @Axios, where I'll continue covering health policy! Much more to come soon 👀

A neighbor with a son in elementary school says that the son's school cafeteria no longer serves meatballs. They are not called that anymore. They are called "meat rounds."

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SWMS renewals

We thank Access PR, Alloy Marketing, Engage PR, Kickstand Communications, Strange Brew Strategies and Tanis Communications for renewing their SWMS subscription. We also welcome Gradient Ventures as a new subscriber.

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