Why press freedom should be at the top of everyone’s agenda
Trust in journalists is being eroded around the world, and their jobs are becoming riskier - and yet we need good reporting now more than ever. Democracy depends on it.
1977, Bachelor's, Harvard College; 1983, JD, Harvard. 1983, with American Lawyer incl.: Magazine Editor; Editorial Director. With Wall Street Journal, incl.: Legal Editor; Special Projects Editor; Deputy Page One Editor; directed reporting teams that won Pulitzer Prizes; 1998, Asst Managing Editor, supervised investigative coverage, taught journalism ethics and standards to Dow Jones news employees. 2005-09, Editor-in-Chief, BusinessWeek. Since 2009, with Thomson Reuters, incl.: SVP and Editorial Director, Professional Div.; Editor-in-Chief, Reuters News and Exec. VP, News, Thomson Reuters; President and Editor-in-Chief, Reuters.