An award-winning journalist, James Rogers joined TheStreet.com in October 2008 from United Business Media, where he worked as senior editor and news editor of ByteandSwitch.com, covering data storage, networking and security technology. James also contributed to other UBM Web sites, such as Lightreading.com, as well as InformationWeek magazine. He previously worked as a senior reporter at Computer Weekly magazine, and has written for the Daily Telegraph newspaper, The Press Association, The Liverpool Echo, MLSnet.com, Uefa.com and First Touch magazine. He has also covered the U.S. military in Afghanistan as an embedded reporter. Rogers graduated from the University of Leeds with a joint honors degree in history and English literature and was a 2014 Strictly Financials Fellow at the National Center for Business Journalism. He has also coached disabled youth soccer for Wimbledon F.C. and Chelsea F.C. in the U.K.
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