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For Business HEADSHOT HANDOUT  ANDY  andrew Serwer  Works at Fortune Magazine Andy Serwer was named managing editor of FORTUNE in October 2006, responsible for overseeing and directing the multi-media proposition, involving not only the bi-weekly magazine but its brand representations on the internet, on television and radio, and wherever the reader wants his or her information. Founded in 1930, FORTUNE is a global leader in business journalism, known for its unrivalled access to industry leaders and has a worldwide circulation of over one million and a readership in excess of five million. The Washington Post recently called FORTUNE "the best business magazine in America ."  Previously, Serwer was editor-at-large at FORTUNE since 1998, he wrote the "Street Life" column as well as stories about the personalities and behind-the-scenes action on Wall Street. His work has ranged from his provocative column in every issue to major cover stories on everything from the young Michael Dell to Michael Price ("The Toughest S.O.B. on Wall Street") to the business of the Rolling Stones to the first look inside the financial and philanthropic workings of America 's richest family, the Waltons.

Andy Serwer

Editor-in-Chief, Yahoo! Finance

Andy Serwer is the editor in chief for Yahoo Finance. He oversees all editorial content for Yahoo Finance, from breaking news to in-depth stories to original video programming. Before joining Yahoo, Serwer was the editor of Fortune magazine for eight years–the longest service of any editor since the 1980s–and worked at parent company Time Inc. for 29 years. As editor of Fortune, Serwer was responsible for overseeing the magazine and Fortune.com as well as digital media and Fortune’s conferences. From 1997 through 2006, Serwer wrote a groundbreaking business news blog, “Streetlife,” one of the first daily digital newsletters covering the world of finance and business. He is a member of the board of trustees of Bowdoin College and an Emory University Goizueta School of Business presidential fellow. He holds a bachelor’s degree from Bowdoin, an M.B.A. from Emory and a master’s degree from Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism.