11 Facts About Adi Ignatius


Adi Ignatius was born on in Burbank, California and is editor-in-chief of Harvard Business Review.

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Previously, Ignatius served as Time's executive editor starting in 2002, responsible for the magazine's business and international coverage.

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Adi Ignatius wrote frequently for the magazine, including cover stories on Google and the 2007 Person of the Year profile of Russian leader Vladimir Putin.

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Adi Ignatius joined Time as Deputy Editor of Time Asia in 1996, based in Hong Kong, and was named Editor of that edition in 2000.

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Adi Ignatius later served as managing editor of the Central European Economic Review and business editor of the Far Eastern Economic Review, publications owned by Dow Jones.

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Adi Ignatius was awarded a Zuckerman Fellowship at Columbia University's School of International and Public Affairs in 1990.

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Adi Ignatius received a bachelor's degree in history in 1981 from Haverford College in Pennsylvania.

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Adi Ignatius is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations and the Asia Society and sits on the advisory board of the journalism school at SUNY.

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Adi Ignatius's brother, David Ignatius, is an editor and columnist for The Washington Post.

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Adi Ignatius is coeditor, of the book Prisoner of the State: The Secret Journal of Premier Zhao Ziyang.

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In 2008, Adi Ignatius was editor of the book President Obama: The Path to the White House, which was a The New York Times Bestseller List bestseller.

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