Newest Member of The New York Times Team: Kirsten Grind Brings Years of Investigative Reporting Experience and a Pulitzer Prize

Kirsten Grind Joins The New York Times Company’s Business Section

Kirsten Grind is the newest member of The New York Times team and will be joining us as a tech investigations reporter based in San Francisco. Originally from San Diego, Kirsten has a reputation for her persistence and dedication to her work, which has earned her recognition with numerous national awards, including being a 2010 Pulitzer Prize finalist and receiving a Gerald Loeb Award.

Kirsten comes to us from The Wall Street Journal, where she served as an enterprise reporter for 12 years. During her time at The Journal, Kirsten was known for her investigative work that often shed light on suspect behavior, wrongdoing, and controversies involving some of the most influential figures in the tech and finance industries. Her former colleague Jessica Silver-Greenberg recalled a time when Kirsten was heavily pregnant but still out in the field chasing down leads at Pimco, showcasing her commitment to her work.

Before joining The Wall Street Journal, Kirsten worked at several local newspapers in Colorado and Washington state. She graduated from Cal Poly in San Luis Obispo, where she was the managing editor of the school paper. Kirsten’s career has been marked by building relationships with sources in the tech and finance sectors, which can be challenging but have helped her get results. In addition to her reporting skills, Kirsten is also an author who wrote “The Lost Bank” and co-authored “Happy at Any Cost: The Revolutionary Vision and Fatal Quest of Zappos C.E.O. Tony Hsieh.”

We are excited to have Kirsten Grind on board at The New York Times and look forward to the important stories she will bring to our readers. Please join us in welcoming her to the team!

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