David Leonhardt

David Leonhardt (born January 1, 1973) is the managing editor of a new venture at The New York Times that focuses on politics, policy, and economics. It features analytical journalism, with an emphasis on data and graphics. The new venture, named The Upshot, launched on April 22, 2014, six months after it was first announced.Leonhardt was previously the paper's Washington bureau chief and an economics columnist. He joined The Times in 1999 and wrote the "Economics Scene" column, and for the Times Sunday Magazine. He is the author of a short e-book published by The Times in February 2013: Here's the Deal: How Washington Can Solve the Deficit and Spur Growth.
Posts about David Leonhardt
  • An Insider’s View on Bloggers, Sponsored Content and Ethics

    … have feedback for them, too. I’ll be happy to pass word. The disclosure should answer two questions: What’s in for the reader? Why does the blogger trust the advertiser? Cormac at IBeacon Blog advises the use of a shareable disclosure policy. “Generally, I’d try to avoid spammy anchor text – simply because in the long run it’s most likely going…

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  • Is Google Authorship Still Important?

    … – the 3 reasons why it failed by David Leonhardt The Real Reason Google Plus Authorship Photos Are Gone by Larry Kim Google Calls Takebacks on Authorship Photos: An Alternate Theory by Elisa Gabbert But Is It Really Dead? This post on SELand about author rank seems to be correct. That’s actually what I would naturally be inclined to think about…

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