Meet the Authors
Adam Anderson is the managing editor of Bizmology. He has worked at Hoover's in several editor roles writing about various industries since 2004. He has his BS in media studies from the University of Texas.
Alexandra Biesada shops everyday, whether she wants to or not, and pines for the days when it was strictly a recreational activity. She has covered the retail beat for Hoover’s since 2001.
Amy Schein is an Industry Specialist at First Research, where she covers various aspects of the media industry. She earned her BS and MA in media studies at the University of Texas at Austin.
Anne Law has been a member of the Hoover's editorial department for more than 10 years and has covered a wide range of industries, from utilities and schools to paper and food. She currently provides insight on the pharmaceutical, health care, and insurance markets. For industry news, follow Anne on Twitter.
Anthony Staats has been an editor with Hoover’s for over a decade. He debuted as a financial editor and has served in a variety of roles since. When he’s not busy covering IPOs, he can be found hacking and slicing away on a local golf course or following his beloved Yankees!
Tracking the moves of consumer products makers since 2003, Colbert is a company insights writer and blogger. Before covering companies, she spent ample time in magazine publishing, technical writing, ad copywriting, medical writing, and marketing. Follow her on Twitter.
David Woodruff, who helps guide the First Research editorial team at Hoover's, has worked for the company in several editing and writing capacities since 1998.
Greg Perliski is Director of Hoover's Editorial. He shares with his team a passion for gathering and reporting solid facts that reveal great business stories. Greg has worked both in journalism and public relations. He keeps his yin and yang in balance working on his rather erratic golf game.
James Bryant is a writer and editor for the First Research team at Hoover's.
Jason Cother is a senior editor at Hoover's, having served in a variety of roles since he first joined the company in 1997. Jason’s hobbies include building upon his 30-year collection of TV Guides (yes, just like Frank Costanza) and matching wits, usually unsuccessfully, with his three pit bulls.
After 15+ years working at Hoover's as a copyeditor, in 2011 John Willis began actually writing company profiles. Besides offering the occasional post here, he also reads every blog post on Bizmology at least twice.
Josh Lower is an industry editor for First Research/Hoover's.
Laura Huchzermeyer is an industry editor for First Research at Hoover's. She keeps a watchful eye on the financial services, construction, and real estate industries. Follow her on Twitter
Linnea Kirgan is an industry editor for First Research/Hoover's, covering retail and consumer topics. Follow her on Twitter.
Lynett Oliver has a B.S. in Communication from The University of Texas. She wrote training materials for Walt Disney World and co-owned a small film and video production company before joining Hoover's in 1998.
Patrice Sarath is a writer and editor for First Research, covering the health care, insurance, and construction industries.
Rachel Gallo is a writer and editor at Hoover's and contributor to Bizmology. Her work covers a variety of industries and topics, including news and trends across the health care, financial services, technology, and business services industries.
Rebecca Mallett has been researching and writing about companies, industries, and executives as a member of the Hoover’s editorial team since 2007. For the past 4 years, she has focused on the agriculture and food manufacturing, business services, and mining and energy industries as a member of the First Research team. Follow her on Twitter.
British editorial veteran Stuart Hampton has been covering oil and gas companies for Hoover's since the Neogene-Quaternary period. Well, actually, since the early 1990s. For the best overview of the oil industry and its history he recommends Daniel Yergin's "The Prize." You can also follow Stuart on Twitter.
Tracey Panek retired from journalism at the ripe old age of 29 to work for Hoover's, where she enjoys writing about international and publicly traded companies.