Author of bestseller 'The Wizard of Lies" adapted by @HBO with Robert De Niro, and 'A First-Class Catastrophe.' Contributor @NYTimes.

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@dianabhenriques — 7,650 followers, 13,034 tweets

Nov 22, 2017

@Resnick_PI .Curious minds want to know: What percentage of "knowledge-intensive scale-up businesses" in the UK go belly-up? Will gains on survivors be high enough to compensate pension funds? Also, what business is NOT "knowledge-intensive"?

Nov 22, 2017

RT @hamrickisms: A great example of someone taking action to make a positive difference. Truly inspiring.  https://twitter.com/dianabhenriques/status/933398504206192640 

Nov 22, 2017

Memo to offshore investors: Don't come crying for justice in American courts if you get screwed. Don't expect a US bankruptcy court liquidation to pay creditors. Don't look to SIPC or the SEC to help you. #Madoff case, countless others, proved that. https://t.co/z8cYO3F8xd

Nov 22, 2017

Looking for something to be thankful about tomorrow? Think of the real, everyday heroes like @chefjoseandres. I'm so proud he is part of our larger #GWU community! https://t.co/83vHjbuoVv https://t.co/NsXiTLAOPj

Nov 22, 2017

@JoyAnnReid .Well, it's fun until we need Gary Cohn to help us navigate a 1987/2008-style market meltdown. Then, it will matter whether Wall Street thinks Cohn has POTUS's confidence. This story won't play well at Mar-a-Lago, and that diminishes Cohn.

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What was your first job as a journalist?

An unpaid Teen Page reporter at the Roanoke (Va.) Times & World News, under the Junior Achievement program at my high school.

Have you ever used a typewriter?

Yes, indeed. I still miss the bright red Smith-Corona I took to college!

How is social media changing news?

It lends greater immediacy to breaking news, add texture to enterprise reporting, and brings writers and readers closer together.

George Polk Award

2004 - Military Reporting
For a New York Times series exposing the exploitation of military service members by finance and insurance companies.

The Goldsmith Prize for Investigative Reporting

2005 - Investigative Reporting
The Joan Shorenstein Center on Press, Politics and Public Policy at Harvard University's Kennedy School awarded this prize to "Captive Clientele," a New York Times series by Diana Henriques, which exposed the exploitation of military sevice members by financial and insurance companies.