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Tamika Cody, managing editor of Accounting Today, previously reported on middle-market private equity, initial public offerings and M&A deals for SourceMedias monthly publication Mergers & Acquisitions Magazine as senior reporter. Prior to joining SourceMedia in July 2010, she was an M&A reporter for the Financial Times Group subsidiary, mergermarket.com, where she covered the consumer beat for three and a half years. She started her journalism career as a video editor at WIS-TV, the NBC affiliate in Columbia, S.C. She also spent some time as a one-man-band reporter and fill-in anchor for SCETV-WJWJ in Beaufort, S.C. She earned her bachelors degree in broadcast journalism from the University of South Carolina. |
Michael Cohn, editor-in-chief of AccountingToday.com, has been covering business and technology for a variety of publications since 1985. Prior to joining Accounting Today and WebCPA, he worked for Red Herring, Internet World, Beyond Computing, Accounting Technology and PC Magazine, and freelanced for a variety of other business publications. A graduate of the University of Pennsylvania with a BA in English, he studied accounting at the Wharton School of Business, and currently lives in New York City.
Seth Fineberg is the technology editor of Accounting Today. He has been a financial/business journalist for the past 20 years and had served as associate editor for Accounting Today from 2002-2004. He had a post as Managing Editor of one of the first interactive advertising-focused publications and has written news and feature length articles for The New York Times, Reuters Newswire, AdAge Magazine, Adweek Magazine, iMarketing News, Fortune Small Business, CNNfn, B2B Magazine, Media Magazine, Accounting Technology, Revolution Magazine, Electronic Media, Video Business, and various ThomsonReuters and McGraw Hill Publications, among others. He has a Bachelor of Arts degree in English Literature from Ramapo College of N.J.|
Daniel Hood is editor-in-chief of Accounting Today and worked as managing editor for 15 years. A graduate of Georgetown University, he has also served as a business editor for the New York Daily News, and as a production editor for The Wall Street Journal Europe. He is the author of five novels and a guidebook to New York City.
Danielle Lee, senior editor of Accounting Today, previously covered the emerging corporate responsibility movement for CRO (Corporate Responsibility Officer, now CR) magazine as executive editor. Prior to that, she worked for a range of entertainment and lifestyle publications in Los Angeles, including industry trade magazine TelevisionWeek. She holds a bachelor's degree in print journalism and a minor in cinema/television from the University of Southern California.|
Roger Russell is a tax attorney and a legal and accounting journalist with expertise across a wide spectrum of tax, legal and accounting issues. He has written and co-authored articles in tax journals and newsletters, and has contributed to prominent tax research services. He is senior editor for tax at Accounting Today, a SourceMedia publication.
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May 24, 2013
Guests at the Meet the Editors dinner at Keens Steakhouse in New York give their assessments of the many opportunities available to accountants for growing their practices.
May 22, 2013
Attendees at Accounting Today's Meet the Editors Dinner at Keens Steakhouse in New York discuss the top issues confronting accountants.
May 21, 2013
A continued conversation with Marcums Nanette Lee Miller and Janis Cowhey McDonagh about the obstacles women in the accounting profession face when trying to make their way into leadership positions.
May 22, 2013
The IRS recently released statistics covering the year to May 10, 2013.
May 5, 2013
The AICPA's annual list of IT priorities for accounting firms.
April 30, 2013
Our monthly collection of statistics from the world of tax.
April 29, 2013
Help your clients avoid these common pitfalls.
April 23, 2013
These five bad habits can make your confidential information -- and that of your clients -- easy to steal.