Adam Penenberg Biography
Adam L. Penenberg is a journalism professor and assistant director of the Business and Economic Program at New York University. A contributing writer to Fast Company, he has also written for Inc., The New York Times, Slate, Economist, Playboy and Mother Jones. A former senior editor at Forbes and reporter for Forbes.com, Penenberg garnered national attention in 1998 for unmasking serial fabricator Stephen Glass of The New Republic. Penenberg's story was a watershed for online investigative journalism and is portrayed in the film Shattered Glass.
Penenberg has written three books: Spooked: Espionage in Corporate America, Tragic Indifference: One Man's Battle With the Auto Industry Over the Dangers of SUVs and Viral Loop: From Facebook to Twitter, How Today's Smartest Businesses Grow Themselves. All three books have been excerpted in major national magazines, such as the Wired and in the Sunday New York Times Magazine.
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This biography was last updated on 12/21/2010.
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