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Kieran Beer
Editor-in-Chief
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Colby Adams
Managing Editor
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Manju Manglani
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Valentina Pasquali
Reporter
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Daniel Bethencourt
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Koos Couvée
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Laura Cruz
Legal Editor
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Larissa Bernardes
Web Editor
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Silas Bartels
Legal Reporter
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Tim McClinton
President and Managing Director

Angela Salter
Head of Europe

Hue Dang
Head of Asia

Geoffrey Fone
Director of Sales

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