After more than thirteen years as a business reporter in New Jersey, João-Pierre S. Ruth joined the ranks of Xconomy, first as a correspondent and then as editor for its New York City branch. His writing has appeared in The Record, The New York Enterprise Report, and OnlineVideo.net. He has covered telecom players such as Verizon Wireless, video streaming companies such as Crunchyroll, and device makers such as Samsung. João-Pierre earned his bachelor's in English from Rutgers University. Twitter: jpruth
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