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Selected work

“Detailed and compelling reporting.”

— “Highly commended”, British Press Awards, 2020


πŸŽ™In August 2019 I spoke to the Media Masters podcast. Listen to it here. πŸŽ™


Financial Times

COLUMN: The great post-Covid privacy creep (April 2022)

Amazon criticised over charity work scheme for injured warehouse staff (April 2022)

Amazon abandons influence campaign designed to attract staff (January 2022)

Will Rivian’s blockbuster IPO make it the next Tesla? (November 2021)

FT Big Read, June 2021

Elizabeth Holmes trial: Theranos founder confronts allegations (November 2021)

‘Day 1 in Seattle’ nears for Andy Jassy (Big Read, June 2021)

The fight for a union at Amazon (Big Read, March 2021)

Airbnb IPO: A barometer for travel after the pandemic (Big Read, December 2020)

What next for Uber? Inside the fight for its future (FT Magazine, October 2020)

Amazon deletes 20,000 reviews after evidence of posts for profit (September 2020)

Jeff Bezos: The Amazon billionaire in the hot seat (August 2020)

The return of the American drive-in (Magazine, July 2020)

In Bessemer, Alabama, speaking with worker organisers at Amazon, March 2022

The Recessionals: Why coronavirus is another cruel setback for Millennials (Big Read, July 2020)

The mystery of Travis Kalanick’s Internet Food Court (April 2020)

Amazon contractors enduring β€˜subhuman’ conditions in Philippines (March 2020)

Amazon auditions to the be ‘the new Red Cross’ in Covid-19 crisis (Big Read, March 2020)

FT Magazine, October 2020


BBC News:

An algorithm wipes clean the criminal pasts of thousands (April 2019)

Matter of fact-checkers: Is Facebook winning the fake news war? (April 2019)

Thrown to the wolves: The women who drive for Uber and Lyft (January 2019)

Why big tech pays poor Kenyans to teach self-driving cars (November 2018)

Interviewing Microsoft’s Satya Nadella, New York, October 2019