PRINCIPAL, DENNIS KNEALE MEDIA
Dennis Kneale is an independent journalist and media-strategy consultant in New York. Previously he spent six years as an anchor and senior correspondent at CNBC and Fox Business Network. Before that he was the managing editor of Forbes magazine (1998-2007) after a 16-year stint at The Wall Street Journal, where he was a senior editor. He focuses on technology, media & entertainment, healthcare & science, and Wall Street and private equity. In 2009, while anchoring a nightly post-meltdown show on CNBC, Dennis accurately called the end of the Great Recession and began urging investors to buy stocks—one month after what turned out to be the market bottom. At Fox, he was a frequent contributor to Greta Van Susteren’s “On the Record” and “Forbes on Fox” and created “What’s Bugging Me,” a twice-weekly rant on… whatever was bugging him. You can read Dennis’s latest thoughts at www.denniskneale.com and on Twitter at @denniskneale.