Connie Bruck is an award-winning American journalist and a reporter on subjects covering business and politics. She has been a staff writer at The New Yorker since 1989. Before joining The New Yorker, she was a staff writer at The American Lawyer for nine years. Her stories have also appeared in the Washington Post, The New York Times, and The Atlantic Monthly.
- Her article on Ivan Boesky in The Atlantic won the 1984 John Hancock Award for excellence in business and financial reporting.
- Her profile of Newt Gingrich in The New Yorker titled “The Politics of Perception” won the 1996 National Magazine Award for Reporting.
- Bruck's article "Deal of the Year" in The New Yorker won the 1991 National Magazine Award for Reporting.
- Bruck, Connie (January 16, 2012). "The World of Business: The Man who Owns L.A.". The New Yorker 87 (44): 46–57. Retrieved 2014-11-11.
- "Contributors: Connie Bruck". NewYorker.com. Retrieved 10 July 2012.
- Booknotes interview with Bruck on When Hollywood Had a King: The Reign of Lew Wasserman, Who Leveraged Talent into Power and Influence, July 20, 2003.