Carla Baranauckas

Carla Baranauckas is a reporter, writer, editor and educator based in New York.

She was on staff for 21 year at The New York Times, where she was involved with the coverage of major sporting events, local and national elections, the collapse of the Soviet Union, the impeachment of President Bill Clinton, the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, and the 1993 and 2001 attacks on the World Trade Center in New York. She was a contributor to the “Portraits of Grief” profiles of people who died in the 9/11 attacks, which was part of The Times’ Pulitzer Prize-winning coverage.

Baranauckas has also been on staff at The Record of Bergen County, New Jersey, The St. Louis Post-Dispatch and The Grand Forks Herald in North Dakota. Her work has appeared on the websites of The Washington Post, HuffPost, NextAvenue, The Street, AOL, and The Canine Review.

For 15 years, Baranauckas was an adjunct associate professor at the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism, where she taught reporting, editing and digital media skills. Many of her students have gone on to work for major media organizations across the country, and several have won Pulitzer Prizes.

Baranauckas has a bachelor’s degree in English from St. Olaf College and a master’s degree in journalism from Columbia University.

Lastest Stories by Carla Baranauckas

Altria’s attempts to diversify have soured and its stock is lagging, but the company has pricing power and pays a solid dividend.
Apple has recovered from the pandemic to hit a new high, and analysts are still bullish on the stock.
Beyond Meat has taken advantage of expanding interest in vegan products as the COVID-19 pandemic reduced meat supplies, but competitor Impossible Foods has thrown down the gauntlet with a new...
As the country reopens for business Roku may be lagging because it’s a stay-at-home stock.
Nvidia has been a star performer in a strong semiconductor industry and may have still more upside after its Mellanox acquisition.
Boeing rallies amid signals of confidence from a big hedge fund and a big aircraft leaser.
Mark Zuckerberg won’t remove or add warning labels to posts by President Trump, and that may be an issue for some advertisers, users and employees.
Aurora Cannabis closed its acquisition of Reliva ahead of schedule but poor results from Canopy Growth may have dinged pot stocks.
A class-action lawsuit was filed against Lyft by a former driver in Washington, D.C., contending that the company is contributing to the spread of COVID-19 by its failure to provide paid time off for...
With most Disney businesses drastically affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, the questions of how and when various units will return to operation are vital for the company, its bottom line and its...
Uber is scrapping surplus bikes after selling Jump to Lime even as people are looking for transportation alternatives because of the coronavirus.
HBO Max is live and being carried by Xfinity, but deals with Roku and Amazon Fire TV await as Comcast holds out for app-based delivery.
Lisa Su was the highest paid CEO in 2019, with a $58.5 million package. She has positioned AMD for success in high-growth areas.
Amazon is reportedly in talks to buy the autonomous mobility company Zoox as it looks to automation to cut warehousing and shipping costs.
Nike’s limited edition Chunky Dunky sneakers have created quite a buzz even if its stock hasn’t.