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Diane Francis

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Manhattan, Toronto
Editor-at-Large — National Post
Covers:  business, white collar crime, geopolitics, politics, Silicon Valley, finance, China, Russia, trade
Lifelong anti-corruption, anti-stupidity, tech activist. Author, National Post, American Interest, Atlantic Council, Ryerson U, Singularity U

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Biography

Diane Francis is an award-winning columnist, bestselling author, investigative journalist, and television commentator. She writes pieces for the Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, Daily Beast, Politico, Miami Herald and is a regular contributor to the New York Post. She is Editor-at-Large at Can…

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What was your first job as a journalist?

General assignment reporter/photographer at Brampton Daily News, owned by Thomson Newspapers, now closed

Have you ever used a typewriter?

yes I started that way

How is social media changing news?

profoundly