Red Herring Adds Seven New Columnists

Posted on September 16, 1999

Red Herring magazine has added seven new columnists to offer insights and opinions on the expanding business and technology universe. "These powerful additions are part of our quest to remain ahead of the business journalism pack," said Editor Jason Pontin. "These writers bring additional energy and perspective to our editorial."

Dominick Donald, who writes the "leaders" or "opinion editorials" section of The Times of London, will write the Leader page of Red Herring starting with the November issue. Bill Gross, chairman of Idealab!, and Jean-Louis Gassee, chairman of Be Inc., will debate business topics. The column will examine issues from the right (Gross) and from the left (Gassee). Steve Jurvetson, managing partner of Draper Fisher Jurvetson will write on venture capital and the big trends rippling through the technology industry.

Roger Black, chairman and chief creative officer of Interactive Bureau, writes on design and the Internet. Peter Schwartz, chairman of the Global Business Network and former chief economic scenarist for Royal Dutch Shell, will examine economics. Schwartz will develop scenarios about the future and explain what they mean for business. Ross Garber, former chairman of Vignette, opines on management issues starting in January 2000.
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