Author. Journalist. Professor.
Over the course of his 27-year career as a journalist, Alan Deutschman has
been the Silicon Valley correspondent for Fortune, a senior writer at Fast Company, the “Profit Motive” columnist
for GQ, and a contributing editor at Vanity Fair and New York Magazine. Since 2011 he has been
professor of journalism at the University of Nevada, Reno, where he has taught courses on narrative,
magazine writing, business journalism, and data journalism.
Deutschman is the author of The
Second Coming of Steve Jobs (2000), A
Tale of Two Valleys (2003),
or Die (2007), Walk
the Walk (2009), and How Steve Jobs Changed Our World
(2011). His books
have been translated into eight languages.
His articles have also been published in New York Times Magazine, Wall Street Journal, Wired, Newsweek,
Salon.com, San Francisco Chronicle, and Boston Globe. He has appeared as a commentator for NBC’s “Today
Show,” CNBC’s “Squawk Box,” Bloomberg TV’s “Bloomberg West,” and documentaries on CNN, CNBC, Bloomberg
TV, and the Discovery Channel.
Email: alan.deutschman at gmail dot com
Author Alan Deutschman