Brad Stone (journalist)
Brad Stone (born c. 1971) is an American journalist and best selling author. New York Times Stone is the author of the books  The Everything Store: Jeff Bezos and the Age of Amazon (2013) and Gearheads: the Turbulent Rise of Robotic Sports (2003). Stone's third book,  , was published in 2017. The Upstarts: How Uber, Airbnb, and the Killer Companies of the New Silicon Valley are Changing the World
Brad Stone at the 2013 Texas Book Festival
Born c.1971 (age 47–48) Nationality American Occupation Journalist & Author Employer Bloomberg Businessweek Known for Journalism and authorship Career
Brad Stone is senior executive editor of the global technology group at
Bloomberg News and based in Bloomberg's San Francisco bureau. Previously, Stone was a senior writer for  written numerous in-depth cover stories on leading technology companies, including Bloomberg Businessweek for which he has Apple,  Google,  Facebook,  Twitter,  Yahoo and  Amazon. Prior to Bloomberg, he was a reporter for  The New York Times and  magazine. Newsweek Stone is a frequent guest on  , a daily show focused on technology. Bloomberg West
In 2003, Simon & Schuster published his first book,
Gearheads: The Turbulent Rise of Robotic Sports, about the combat robot culture.
On August 5, 2007, Stone published a story in
The New York Times exposing editor Forbes Daniel Lyons as " Fake Steve Jobs", the author of The Secret Diary of Steve Jobs. 
On June 28, 2012, Stone wrote in
about his interactions with Frenchman Alexandre Despallieres, an alleged conman with suspected ties to the death of music executive Peter Ikin. Business Week
In October 2013,
Little, Brown & Co. published Stone's book The Everything Store about the rise of Amazon.com. Stone's reporting for the book led to the discovery of  Jeff Bezos's biological father, an Arizona-based bike shop owner, who was previously unaware that his son was the founder and CEO of Amazon.com.
In January 2017, Little, Brown & Co. published
The Upstarts: How Uber, Airbnb, and the Killer Companies of the New Silicon Valley Are Changing the World.
 Awards and honors Personal life and education
Stone was raised in suburban
Cleveland, Ohio, and lives in Northern California. He is an alumnus of the University School (1989) and Columbia University (1993).
"Business Books - Best Sellers - November 3, 2013 - The New York Times" . Retrieved . 2017-01-08
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Stone, Brad (2013). . New York: Little Brown and Co. The Everything Store: Jeff Bezos and the Age of Amazon ISBN 9780316219266. OCLC 856249407.
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Stone, Brad (2017-01-31). (Lrg ed.). Little, Brown and Company. The Upstarts: How Uber, Airbnb, and the Killer Companies of the New Silicon Valley Are Changing the World ISBN 9780316396813.
"Brad Stone". Bloomberg BusinessWeek. Archived from the original on 2013-11-21 . Retrieved . 2013-11-21
"Scott Forstall, the Sorcerer's Apprentice at Apple". Bloomberg BusinessWeek. 2011-10-12 . Retrieved . 2013-11-21
"Inside Google's Secret Lab". Bloomberg BusinessWeek. 2013-05-22 . Retrieved . 2013-11-21
"Facebook's Sheryl Sandberg Makes Operations Personal - Liz Gannes - Social". AllThingsD. 2011-05-11 . Retrieved . 2013-11-21
"Twitter, the Startup That Wouldn't Die". Bloomberg BusinessWeek. 2012-03-01 . Retrieved . 2013-11-21
With Douglas MacMillan (2013-08-01). "Can Marissa Mayer Save Yahoo?". Bloomberg BusinessWeek . Retrieved . 2013-11-21
Bishop, Todd (2013-10-26). "Amazon: Burning the book business or making it better?". GeekWire . Retrieved . 2013-11-21
Stone, Brad. "Brad Stone - The New York Times". The New York Times . Retrieved . 2013-11-21
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"Does Bill Gates Miss Being an Operator? - Bing Videos". Bing.com. Archived from the original on 2013-12-03 . Retrieved . 2013-11-21
Stone, Brad (2007-08-06). ". 'Fake Steve' Blogger Comes Clean" The New York Times.
The Secret Diary of Steve Jobs
With Carol Matlack (2012-06-28). "The Talented M. Despallières". Bloomberg BusinessWeek . Retrieved . 2013-11-21
"Bike shop owner discovers he's father of Amazon founder". USA TODAY . Retrieved . 2017-01-08
Andrew Hill (September 18, 2013). "Finalists that are worthy of a bruising debate". Financial Times . Retrieved . September 21, 2013
Andrew Hill (November 18, 2013). "Account of Jeff Bezos and Amazon wins Business Book of the Year". Financial Times . Retrieved . November 19, 2013 External links Brad Stone
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