More About the Author
I am an award winning journalist and the author of eight books including "Competitive Intelligence," considered the landmark work on the subject. My books have been translated into six languages and have been chosen as Book-of-the-Month selections. I have written for the International Herald Tribune, The Washington Post, The European, The Village Voice, Popular Science and many other publications.
I was a Washington staff correspondent for Business Week Magazine and covered military affairs for Knight-Ridder newspapers at the Columbus Ledger-Enquirer where my beat was Fort Benning, the infantry training center.
My awards include the 2005 Jesse H. Neal National Business Journalism Award for a feature on transportation security, the Associated Press Public Service Award for an investigation into unsafe working conditions in Georgia textile mills and the American Society of Business Publication Editors Regional Gold Award for a feature on the dangerous state of U.S. roads.
I have appeared on national TV and radio shows including CNN's Larry King Live!, Evening Magazine, National Public Radio's All Things Considered, G. Gordon Liddy Show, BBC World Service, CBS Evening News and local TV and radio stations in San Francisco, Washington, DC, New York City, Detroit, St. Louis, Philadelphia, Chicago, Miami and other cities.
I am also is a licensed private investigator and founder of KANE Associates International, Inc., a company that specializes in intelligence matters for corporate clients.