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Bill Meyers has spent more than two decades as a business journalist, public relations executive and corporate communications specialist. His media career brought him to The New York Times, Institutional Investor, U.S. News & World Report and USA Today; in each post, he wrote, edited, shaped and packaged content designed to attract and hold readers’ attention.

After a 20-year career in journalism, Bill left for the world of corporate communications and ran a technology subsidiary of Hill & Knowlton, counseling companies such as Motorola, Compaq, Goldman Sachs and TiVo. He moved to Fleishman-Hillard, where he ran the corporate communications and reputation practice in San Francisco. His clients included SBC, Netflix, Yahoo!, Gap, Wells Fargo and Sun Microsystems. He then became a communications consultant for AT&T.

Bill started on the Letters to the Editor page at The Times and moved to the editorial and op-ed pages before turning to business and financial journalism at the paper. In 1986, he helped The Times create a global business magazine. Three years later, he joined Institutional Investor magazine as a cover-story writer and editor. In 1990, Bill moved to Washington, D.C., where he served as assistant managing editor of U.S. News & World Report and upgraded the magazine’s business and technology coverage. He finished his journalistic career at USA Today crafting editorial content about and for entrepreneurs.

A Phi Beta Kappa graduate of New York University, where he majored in history, Bill also earned an M.A. in history from Columbia University.

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