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Christopher Drew

Self Description

Third-Party Descriptions

July 2007: "Christopher Drew is an investigative reporter and projects editor at the New York Times. He joined the Times in 1995 after working for nearly a decade in the Washington, D.C., bureau of the Chicago Tribune, where he wrote about national security issues and won two awards from the White House Correspondents' Association. Drew also has worked for the Wall Street Journal and the Times-Picayune in New Orleans, where he was born and raised and graduated from Tulane University..."


RoleNameTypeLast Updated
Employee/Freelancer/Contractor (past or present) Chicago Tribune Source Jul 24, 2007
Employee/Freelancer/Contractor (past or present) New York Times Source Sep 4, 2009
Employee/Freelancer/Contractor (past or present) Times-Picayune (New Orleans) Source Jul 24, 2007
Student/Trainee (past or present) Tulane University Organization Jul 24, 2007
Employee/Freelancer/Contractor (past or present) Wall Street Journal, The (WSJ) Source Jul 24, 2007

Articles and Resources

Date Resource Read it at:
Sep 04, 2009 W.T.O. Says Aid to Airbus for A380 Was Illegal

QUOTE: A preliminary report by the World Trade Organization has found that Airbus received illegal subsidies for the $13 billion A380 superjumbo jet and several other airplanes, hurting Boeing in the battle for sales...

New York Times
May 30, 2009 Cyberwar: Contractors Vie for Plum Work, Hacking for U.S.

QUOTE: The exotic nature of the work is enabling the companies to attract top young talent that once would have gone to Silicon Valley. And the race to develop weapons that defend against, or initiate, computer attacks has given rise to thousands of “hacker soldiers” within the Pentagon who can blend the new capabilities into the nation’s war planning.

New York Times
Jul 11, 2008 Candidates Are Slow to Identify ‘Bundlers’

QUOTE: “Obama was saying he was the most transparent, but it wasn’t even on par with Bush and Cheney,” said Alexander Cohen, senior researcher at Public Citizen, a nonpartisan watchdog group that recently sent letters to Mr. Obama and Mr. McCain with seven other organizations calling for them to disclose more information about their donors. Obama campaign officials acknowledged on Thursday that they had fallen behind on their plan to update their list quarterly and that they had not added any names since January. They said about 100 of the names added Thursday should have been put on at the end of this year’s first quarter.

New York Times
Oct 23, 2007 Many Red Flags Preceded a Beef Recall

QUOTE: Consumer groups and other critics say it is startling that the agency does not have a better handle on the problems, which they see as emblematic of a cozy relationship between the Agriculture Department and the meat industry.

New York Times
Jul 20, 2007 Overhaul Plan for Vote System Will Be Delayed

QUOTE: House officials said the compromise would ensure that all voting machines nationwide would have some kind of paper trail in 2008...But critics say that...the compromise would leave a patchwork and somewhat jury-rigged system that would still be vulnerable to tampering or computer malfunctions in next year’s elections.

New York Times