Charles Duhigg’s journalistic accomplishments have made him an in-demand speaker for organizations from the UCLA School of Management to The Johnson Foundation and the National Association of Science Teachers.
He is a prize-winning investigative reporter for the business section of The New York Times, where he contributes to the newspaper and the Times Magazine. He has authored or contributed to The Reckoning (2008), which studied the causes and outcomes of the financial crisis, Toxic Waters (2009), about the worsening pollution in American waters, and The iEconomy (2012), examining Apple’s in manufacturing and overseas, and what it tells us about the American economy. His work has won many awards including the Pulitzer Prize (finalist, Public Service Medal), 2009, the George Polk Award, 2007, the Gerald Loeb Award, 2008, and the National Journalism Award, 2009.
In addition to his reporting for the Times, Charles Duhigg is a regular contributor to television and radio, including the Newshour with Jim Lehrer, Frontline, Dr. Oz, and various programs on CNBC and NPR.
Before becoming a journalist, Mr. Duhigg worked in private equity and founded a health care company in his home state of New Mexico. He is a graduate of the Harvard Business School and Yale College.