Award-winning journalist, popular speaker and frequent television commentator, Quentin Hardy delivers analysis on technology, economics and global business with fearlessness, intelligence and wit. Pragmatic and audience-focused, Hardy offers timely, real-world insights you can use right away, uncovering the lessons to be found at the nexus of technology and future growth.
A Silicon Valley insider with vast global experience, Quentin Hardy is sought after for his fresh and uncompromising views, drawn from years of high-level business reporting around the globe. Hardy is the Deputy Technology Editor for The New York Times and is a frequent television guest on CNBC’s Kudlow & Company. He recently joined The New York Times after serving as an Executive Editor for Forbes Media. Before that, he spent over eight years writing global business stories for The Wall Street Journal. Opinionated and clever, his musings have earned him a loyal following on social media sites such as Facebook and Twitter. Hardy, who speaks in a lively, anecdotal and informed style, energizes and inspires a room. Also a highly skilled and versatile interviewer/panel moderator, he has interviewed a wide array of political and business leaders, including Madeleine Albright, Carly Fiorina, Richard Haass, Eric Schmidt, Steve Forbes, Randall Stephenson and Mark Hurd. Hardy demystifies today’s business and technology challenges with candor and clarity, offering refreshing real-world practicality and insights that audience members can use in their work and lives.