Lecturer in Management
Glenn Kramon, Stanford ’75, has been an editor for The New York Times for more than a quarter-century. Reporters whom he has supervised and edited have won 10 Pulitzer Prizes, and have been finalists for the Pulitzer 25 times. His projects have included series about the overlooked problem of concussions among young athletes; the dangers of distracted driving; the safety and environmental hazards of sport utility vehicles and pickup trucks; cheating on taxes, and loopholes and inequities in the tax code; medical treatments used despite a lack of evidence that they work; the myths and truths about genetically modified foods; the ways the United States is and is not moving toward a more secure energy future, and environmental devastation in China. He also introduced a system to ensure that Times editors become good managers, and authored a handbook on running the newsroom. Earlier he served as business editor of The Times, and wrote about the business of health care and health insurance.