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Quentin Hardy

Deputy Technology Editor
The New York Times
Hardy is the Deputy Technology Editor for The New York Times, also overseeing Enterprise Computing and Enterprise Resource Planning, and is a Blogger at Bits covering Technology. Hardy was named deputy technology editor for The New York Times in August 2011. He previously held a variety of positions at Forbes, including Executive Editor, Bureau Chief and Senior Technology Editor. Prior to Forbes, Hardy served as a Technology Reporter for the Wall Street Journal. Hardy received graduate degrees from Columbia University School of Journalism's Knight-Bagehot Fellowship and the University of London, as well as a B.A. in English from Kenyon College.