Daniel Roth (writer)
Before joining Fortune, he was a senior writer at Wired. Some of his articles have been technology-related (iPhone; Comcast's Broadband offerings; Electric Cars) and others have been more eclectic (Financial Recovery; Society and Human/non-Human Rights; Henry Blodget: version 2).
In 2006, Roth joined Conde Nast to help launch Conde Nast Portfolio, the now shuttered business monthly, before moving to Wired a year later. For the eight years prior to that he was a senior editor and senior writer at Fortune magazine, overseeing for a time the magazine's technology coverage. Roth got his start at The Triangle Business Journal in Raleigh, N.C. in 1995, later moving to Forbes in New York.
He graduated from Northwestern University and is originally from Louisville, KY.
- The Daily Northwestern