Adam Bryant Shares What He’s Learned From CEOs In His Book The Corner Office

Adam Bryant, author of THE CORNER OFFICE

Adam Bryant, the deputy national editor of The New York Times, has been a journalist for more than two decades.

He was a business reporter for The New York Times during the 1990s, covering a variety of industries and topics.

Adam joined Newsweek in 1999 as a senior writer, and was promoted to business editor. After six years at Newsweek, he returned to the Times as an editor in the business section.

In March 2009, Adam started the weekly “Corner Office” feature in the Times‘ Sunday Business section, and it quickly attracted a large and loyal audience for its insights about leadership and management from prominent leaders.

Adam lives in Westchester County, NY, with his wife and two daughters.

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