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    NYT Health Care Blogger Sits on Health Boards

    By kyle | April 16, 2010

    You have to love the NYT Picker, the unofficial New York Times watchdog site. Today they expose how a key Times writer on health-care issues earns more than $500,000 a year from the industry and holds more than $5 million in stock. He even sits on health-company boards.

    Topics: Business, New York City, Newspapers | 1 Comment »

    One Response to “NYT Health Care Blogger Sits on Health Boards”

    1. Brandon Says:
      April 16th, 2010 at 11:00 am

      I actually have no objection to this sort of thing because if someone is going to write about healthcare it seems some industry knowledge via experience would be an asset. You could color me bias here though as I’m a healthcare writer as well but I openly divulge that I have worked in the industry for the last dozen years.