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Articles by Kevin J. Delaney

Kevin J. Delaney is editor-in-chief of Quartz, the global business news site launched in September by Atlantic Media. He was previously managing editor of The Wall Street Journal Online.
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“The list of breakthrough interfaces for reading news on smartphones is a short one…it’s hard to find boldness and creativity in the news industry’s smartphone products.”
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