Kevin Marron
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"...the right medium for your message."


As a journalist, Kevin Marron has written more than 1,200 news stories and features for the Globe and Mail, Canada's national newspaper, as well as features and columns for magazines as diverse as Report on Business Magazine, Canadian Lawyer, Macleans, Homemaker and New Internationalist. In recent years, he has specialized in business, technology and legal issues, but he also has extensive experience in general news reporting, covering crime, justice, political, social and environmental issues in Southern Ontario.

News reporting: from mobsters to politicians

A freelance reporter with a reputation among editors for getting the full story, finding the most interesting angle and producing clear, accurate copy on deadline, Marron covered the Hamilton-Niagara region for the Globe and Mail from the late 1970s to the early 1990s. He often hit the front page with stories about sensational mafia and murder trials, as well as important environmental, social and political issues of the day.

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Business journalism: from high tech to high finance

As a business journalist for more than a decade, Kevin Marron has acquired a good understanding of various facets of the technology industry, financial services, health and pharmaceuticals, and the legal profession. He specializes in explaining complex issues and business concepts in a way that is interesting and easily understandable for the general reader. His stories reflect his enthusiasm for the people involved in business, as well his fascination with the social trends that underlie big business developments.

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