An award-winning editor, William Inman has spent more than 20 years in online journalism. At Bloomberg, he created that organization's publishing division including its magazines, e-books, newsletters and custom publishing. He relaunched and ran Bloomberg.com, adding an array of interactive tools and live webcasts on market movers.. After Bloomberg, he ran Institutional Investor magazine as editor in chief, introducing new digital products in Asia and the US. He is a graduate of Duke University and lives in New York.
Recent Articles By The Author
Why Google, Apple and Facebook Love to Hoard
Capitalism rewards innovation and smart management with big profits. But the issue isn't the wealth gathering; it's the dispensing.
How TheStreet Tracked the 'Wolf of Wall Street'
A few weeks before the FBI and regulators swooped down on notorious penny-stock boiler shop, Stratton Oakmont, an innovative financial news organization was born calling itself TheStreet.com.
How TheStreet Tracked 'The Wolf of Wall Street'
Early in its life, TheStreet shed light on the nefarious activities of Stratton Oakmont.
Veteran Warrior Arthur Levitt Still an Upender of Wall Street
The longest-serving chairman of the SEC fights against muddy prose and unequal markets.