Deputy Managing Editor, The New York Times
Rebecca Blumenstein is deputy managing editor of The New York Times, a position she’s held since February 2017, focusing on making sure the Times remains an essential destination for readers interested in business, finance, economics, and technology. Previously, she was deputy editor in chief of The Wall Street Journal. Before that, Blumenstein was Page One editor, appointed in September 2011, and a deputy managing editor and international editor since December 2009. She has also served as managing editor of WSJ.com and as China bureau chief, overseeing the China team that won the 2007 Pulitzer Prize for International Reporting. She was named to the Aspen Institute’s Henry Crown Fellowship in 2009.
Women Becoming Leaders: Why This Matters
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Deep Dive: The Rise of Populism in America: What It Looks Like, Why it Happens, and Prescriptions for Change
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Deep Dive: Leading Transformational Change
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Deep Dive: Is China the Threat It’s Made Out to Be?
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After #METOO: The Way Forward for Women in the Media
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Can the Next Generation in China and America Share the Future?
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Advice From Women Who Lead
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