John Micklethwait

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Economist nears the limit of an old growth theory
Peter Preston: Editor John Micklethwait departs on a high. But print circulation may never be so high - nor fortunes quite so serene – again

Peter Preston

25, Jan, 2015 @12:05 AM

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Economist magazine appoints its first female editor
Business affairs editor Zanny Minton Beddoes succeeds John Micklethwait, who has held the role for nine years

Stuart Kemp

22, Jan, 2015 @6:15 PM

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Media Monkey: Kim Kardashian and Gary Lineker’s new year resolutions
Read Media Monkey from the Monday print pages

Monkey

04, Jan, 2015 @6:02 PM

MediaGuardian 100
Who are the most powerful people in the UK’s media right now?

Garry Blight, John Plunkett, Frances Perraudin

08, Dec, 2014 @7:00 AM

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Micklethwait: ‘Merkel listens to the Economist’s audio app in the car’
The Economist’s editor-in-chief on his big-name readers and rumours that the FT will sell its 50% stake

Mark Sweney

16, Nov, 2014 @6:09 PM

Google's Schmidt joins Economist board
He accepts three-year non-executive directorship

Roy Greenslade

14, Nov, 2013 @8:25 AM

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John Micklethwait | MediaGuardian 100 2013

Job: editor-in-chief, the Economist
Age: 50
Industry: publishing, digital
2012 ranking: 66

01, Sep, 2013 @8:00 PM

Economist editor: poor conduct by some journalists is price of free press
John Micklethwait says freedom of the press is a bigger issue than protecting against abusive actions by some journalists. By Lisa O'Carroll

Lisa O'Carroll

22, Mar, 2013 @11:44 AM

The Economist calls press regulation deal 'a shameful hash'

Magazine attacks government for raising spectre of state regulation

Roy Greenslade

22, Mar, 2013 @8:51 AM

Press regulation has become a mess, says Economist editor – video

Advertising Week Europe: John Micklethwait expresses his misgivings about press regulation, why freedom of the press is the priority choice and how the Leveson inquiry became too fixated on celebrity

John Plunkett

21, Mar, 2013 @1:17 PM

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John Micklethwait | MediaGuardian 100 2012

Job: editor-in-chief, the Economist
Age: 49
Industry: publishing, digital
2011 ranking: 69

16, Sep, 2012 @7:50 PM

Economist group's profits up by 6%

Magazine company's operating profit rises to £26.2m

Roy Greenslade

28, Nov, 2011 @11:54 AM

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