These media people are going to Davos

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OK, this is our second stab at this. Earlier today I published a list that I'd built from the 2013 list at this URL (for which I am heartily embarrassed) so I had to take it down for a bit while I put in data from 2014. Of course, in the earlier version of this article I asked for help updating old affiliations; I'll ask that again but it will likely be unnecessary.

Below you'll find a spreadsheet of everyone in the media we've been able to dig up so far who is a delegate to the World Economic Forum in Davos.

For a broader view of who's going (outside the media beat) take a look at Quartz's complete breakdown.

Are you going and not in the list below? Let us know! Are you misidentified somehow? That too! And in case your eyes glaze over looking at a spreadsheet here are some field notes.



Attending from The New York Times and The International New York Times:
Tom Friedman
Andrew Ross Sorkin
Rachel Donadio
Jack Ewing
Danny Hakim
Katrin Bennhold.

Attending from The Washington Post:
Martin Baron
Elizabeth G. Weymouth

Attending from The Wall Street Journal:
Dennis Berman
Thorold Barker
Stephen Fidler
Francesco P. Guerrera
David Enrich
Andrew Browne
Gerard Baker

Attending from The Financial Times:
Stefan de Muynck
Martin Wolf
Lionel Barber
John Ridding
John Gapper
Gillian Tett
Gideon Rachman
Chris Giles

Attending from The Economist:
Zanny Minton-Beddoes
Ludwig Siegele
John Micklethwait
Anne McElvoy

Attending from Business Insider:
Joe Weisenthal
Henry Blodget

Attending from Thomson Reuters:
Lisa Jucca
Felix Salmon
David Craig
Axel Threlfall
Alex Smith
Alessandra Galloni Margarita Noriega

Attending from Time:
Bobby Ghosh
Rana Foroohar
Nancy Gibbs

Much more in the spreadsheet below.