Top 10 Business Insider Staffers on Twitter
Business Insider covers what you want to know, when you want to know it. Keep fresh with deep dives into finance, media, technology and other industry topics including pop culture, politics, and more. Get to know the staffers with their finger on the pulse, because this week we take a look at the top staffers at Business Insider on Twitter. Using Cision’s media database, we compiled the list below based on Cision’s research on August 17, 2016. Followers may change over time.
1. Josh Barro – Senior Editor & Columnist – 145,862
On @hardpasspodcst, we discuss my air travel humiliation, and why passengers should read airline earnings reports: https://t.co/HfJsiFChKk
— Josh Barro (@jbarro) August 15, 2016
2. Henry Blodget – Global Editor in Chief & CEO – 139,006
Amazing moment https://t.co/H9754YhY74
— Henry Blodget (@hblodget) August 17, 2016
3. Oliver Darcy – Politics Editor – 28,024
Glenn Beck shouting out @BuzzFeed: "They have done an amazing job. BuzzFeed, this is the new media"
— Oliver Darcy (@oliverdarcy) August 17, 2016
4. Alyson Shontell – Editor in Chief – 21,182
Perfect photo shows how easily Usain Bolt dominates opponents in the 100-meter dash
— Alyson Shontell (@ajs) August 15, 2016
5. Jacquelyn Smith – Careers Editor – 19,593
— Jacquelyn Smith (@JacquelynVSmith) July 27, 2016
6. David Cenciotti – Contributing Writer – 10,656
— David Cenciotti (@cencio4) August 12, 2016
7. Paul Szoldra – Correspondent – 9,203
Ex-NSA insiders: ‘We’d be panicking’ over the NSA breach https://t.co/ZZwkABkf73
— Paul Szoldra (@PaulSzoldra) August 16, 2016
8. Julie Bort – Enterprise Tech Editor – 9,034
The PR 50: The best public-relations people in the tech industry in 2016 https://t.co/DIKtjCsS3R
— Julie Bort (@Julie188) August 12, 2016
9. Linette Lopez – Senior Finance Correspondent – 8,815
Alternate headline for my latest post…
"Ugh, I hate you guys." https://t.co/rn3qNcSzLg
— Linette Lopez (@lopezlinette) August 17, 2016
10. Brett LoGiurato – Executive Editor – 8,649
Someone on Ruby Tuesday's earnings call pretended to be Bud Fox from 'Wall Street' and asked about Harambe https://t.co/HNhuyT87uF
— Brett LoGiurato (@BrettLoGiurato) August 12, 2016
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