When an Atlantic story blew up the Internet by alleging that smartphones had destroyed a generation of kids, I re-analyzed the same dataset to produce the most widely cited counter-narrative.
As the data journalist for Forbes' annual report on the world's leading marketers, I score and rank hundreds of CMOs and find the data insights that drive the report's many charts.
I surveyed more than a thousand Americans about their experiences of social media envy for this data-driven story, which was cited in The New York Times.
My multi-year study of more than 10,000 North American parents uncovered three critically different approaches to managing kids' use of technology, and is widely cited in stories about family tech.
Thi story featured original data on the incidence and management of child security threats, based on a survey I developed, deployed and analyzed.
This graphical feature for the print edition of The Harvard Business Review used original data to up-end the conventional wisdom on how e-commerce leeches shoppers from bricks-and-mortar retail.