Author, journalist and broadcaster Nicholas Wapshott is an online content consultant whose clients have included Oprah Winfrey's hugely successful website Oprah.com. Previously, he was senior editor at The Daily Beast and a widely experienced reporting and editing hard copy journalist. He was the New York bureau chief of The Times of London, editor of the Saturday edition of The Times of London, business columnist for the Sunday Telegraph, and founding editor of The Times Magazine.
As political editor of The Observer, Wapshott covered Margaret Thatcher’s final years in office. In 1983, he wrote one of the first biographies of Thatcher and has written widely about conservative and libertarian ideology. He has broadcast regularly on CNN, MSNBC, PBS, and FOX News. He and his wife, Louise Nicholson, live in New York City with their two sons.
His latest book, Keynes Hayek: The Clash That Defined Modern Economics, is published by W.W.Norton in October.
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