Carl Sullivan

Carl Sullivan is a writer and editor based in New York City, with two decades of experience leading award-winning news teams. He has written on a variety of subjects, including politics, business and international news.

He worked at Microsoft for nearly a decade, most recently serving as a managing editor in New Delhi for 3.5 years, where he led overnight and weekend news coverage for U.S. audiences of MSN, the Microsoft News app and Bing. Previously, Sullivan held a variety of positions in Microsoft’s New York office, including managing editor of MSN News. There, he directed coverage of the Newtown massacre, Boston bombing and the 2016 presidential election.

Sullivan worked at Newsweek.com for six years. As managing editor he oversaw many award-winning editorial packages and co-edited a video series that was a 2008 Emmy nominee for New Approaches to Business Reporting.

In the late ’90s and early 2000s, he directed Editor & Publisher magazine’s coverage of the emerging online news industry. As managing editor of Financial Planning magazine, Sullivan covered investing, financial regulation, mutual funds and retirement planning.

His writing has been honored with two Jesse H. Neal Awards and four South Carolina Press Association awards.

Sullivan is a graduate of Furman University, and holds a master’s degree from the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University.

Lastest Stories by Carl Sullivan

A tool that partners can embed in their apps could give Snap a new revenue stream and more upside for its stock.
Apple will reportedly switch to its own chips for Macs and will soon start producing 5G iPhones.
There may be a new dawn for Aurora Cannabis as online sales rise, new retail outlets open, and Reliva deal offers access to U.S. market.
Which retailer wouldn’t want to have a hit with Chinese consumers? Investors have an appetite for Beyond Meat as it makes fresh inroads into China, the world’s largest consumer market.
Analysts see some magic in Disney stock as resorts and theme parks reopen and NBA resumes play.
Analysts clear Boeing stock for takeoff as travel demand picks up.
AMD is optimistic about the future, particularly the data center business, even if analysts don’t see much upside for the stock.
Government backing of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac looks crucial as the pandemic impacts mortgage delinquencies.
Facebook, under fire over President Trump’s posts, will label foreign state content. Do investors care?
Amarin is on hold as generic rivals seek to copy its potential blockbuster Vascepa.
Lyft stock jumped this week after the ride-sharing company revised its outlook as riders slowly return.
Nike doesn’t shy away from difficult subjects, and the current protest movement is no exception.
AT&T adapts its advertising to troubled times, spending more on live news and targeting stay-at-home consumers online.
Amarin is going ahead with a big marketing campaign for potential COVID treatment Vascepa after a disruption caused by the pandemic.
Roku stands to benefit as consumers spend more on streaming services and advertisers look likely to follow suit.