Abram Brown is a New York City-based journalist. His work has appeared in national publications like FORBES magazine, Inc. magazine and The Boston Globe. He currently works at FORBES as deputy chief of reporters, writing features for the magazine and blogging on Forbes.com. Meantime, he manages a pool of 12 reporters (and additional interns) during fact checking.
Past roles include time at Inc., where he wrote front-of-book stories and embraced that magazine’s focus on entrepreneurism by launching a news blog for its website, and at the Newark Star-Ledger, where he reported on gangland slayings, ex-gangsters and shark-fishermen.
Away from the office, you may find him on the golf course, accompanied by a (hefty!) handicap, or enjoying a movie or dinner near his home in Hoboken, N.J. Often, trips take him back to his hometown in upstate New York; there, he attended Syracuse University’s S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications, graduating magna cum laude in 2011 with degrees in magazine journalism and non-Western history.