- President, Pew Research Center, USA
Bachelor's in English Literature, Univ. of North Carolina; Master's in Economics, LSE; 2005, Exec. Program, Stanford Univ. 1977, Business and Economics Editor, Chattanooga Times; 1980, Reporter, Congressional Quarterly, Washington DC; 1981, Reporter, Japan Economic Journal, Tokyo. 1993-2002, Washington Bureau Chief, Wall Street Journal. 2002-05, Washington Bureau Chief and Co-Host, CNBC Capital Report. 2005-12, Deputy Managing and Exec. Editor, Online, Wall Street Journal. Member: Gov. Council, Miller Centre for Public Affairs, Univ. of Virginia; Council on Foreign Relations. Author: Revolt in the Boardroom, The New Rules of Power in Corporate America (2007).