Michael Gross is joining Crain’s New York Business as a columnist, starting today. His column will appear every other week, and he’ll be covering a variety of subjects, including real estate, finance and politics.
Gross has written several best-selling books, and has contributed to The New York Times, New York magazine, Esquire, and Vanity Fair.
Xana Antunes, Editor of Crain’s New York Business, said of Gross, “We’re thrilled to offer Michael’s distinctive New York voice to our readers. He brings a refreshing perspective on the highs and lows of the city’s moneyed culture and never fails to call it as he sees it.”
His first column is about Arianna Huffington, and uses the fantastic headline “Big Swingin’ Chick.” And speaking of The Huffington Post, he fired back at David Carr – who wrote that HuffPo does nothing for writers – in a short post today.
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