Alexandra Suich is The Economist’s US Technology Editor. Previously she served as Media Editor, based in London and New York, where she wrote about the television, film, newspaper, music and marketing businesses worldwide. Her feature stories on media include a special report about marketing and technology, called “Little Brother”, and an essay on the future of books, “From Papyrus to Pixels”. Alexandra has also served as The Economist’s Finance Correspondent and wrote about hedge funds, private equity and insurance. She started writing for The Economist in 2008, and has also published articles with Newsweek International, Slate, the Chronicle of Higher Education and the Nation. Alexandra was named Britain’s Young Financial Journalist of the Year 2012 by the Wincott Foundation. She graduated magna cum laude from Yale, where she double-majored in both history and African studies.