MIT Technology Review

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    MIT Technology Review is a digitally oriented media company. It provides analysis, features, reviews, interviews, and live events explaining the commercial, social, and political impact of new technologies. The company reaches its readers through platforms and publications online, in print, on mobile, and in-person at live events.

    HQCambridge, MA, US
    Employee Ratings3.2

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    Employees (est.) (Nov 2021)757(+2%)
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    Key People/Management at MIT Technology Review

    Elizabeth Bramson-Boudreau

    Elizabeth Bramson-Boudreau

    CEO and Publisher
    Eric Mongeon

    Eric Mongeon

    Chief Creative Officer
    Emily Luong

    Emily Luong

    Art Director
    James Temple

    James Temple

    Senior Editor, Climate and Energy
    Nicola Crepaldi

    Nicola Crepaldi

    Vice President of International Business Development, Head of MIT Technology Review Insights
    Drake Martinet

    Drake Martinet

    Chief Technical Officer
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    MIT Technology Review Office Locations

    MIT Technology Review has an office in Cambridge
    Cambridge, MA, US (HQ)
    1 Main St
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    MIT Technology Review Financials and Metrics

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    Revenue (Sep, 2019)

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    MIT Technology Review's Monthly Unique Visitors was reported to be 8.4 m in Jul, 2020.
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    7.3 m16.2 m

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    3.2 m8.4 m
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    MIT Technology Review News and Updates

    5G can help industries reduce carbon emissions, says MIT Technology Review Insights

    CAMBRIDGE, Mass., Oct. 20, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- A new white paper by MIT Technology Review Insights explores how the use of 5G and other digital cellular technologies can enable the decarbonization of three sectors: energy, manufacturing, and transportation. The white paper,...

    MIT Technology Review names Mat Honan its new editor in chief

    CAMBRIDGE, Mass., July 19, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- MIT Technology Review announced today that veteran tech editor Mat Honan has been hired as its new editor in chief. Honan joins from BuzzFeed News, where he and his teams have published impactful, hard-hitting journalism that asks important...

    Balancing an unfair data economy will be critical to ensure the 21st century economic model can hold, says MIT Technology Review Insights

    CAMBRIDGE, Mass., May 26, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- A new report by MIT Technology Review Insights explores how a growing number of voices—including economists, lawyers, and civil rights groups—are pushing for a new social contract between the tech industry and citizens. The report, "Data...

    MIT Technology Review Presents 10 Breakthrough Technologies of 2021

    CAMBRIDGE, Mass., Feb. 24, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Today, MIT Technology Review announced its 10 Breakthrough Technologies list for 2021, featuring 10 advances predicted to have a big impact on our lives. On the list's 20th anniversary, three things are true. It is eclectic; some of the...

    MIT Technology Review Hosts EmTech MIT Conference Online October 19-22

    CAMBRIDGE, Mass., Aug. 20, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- MIT Technology Review has announced the dates and speakers for its annual EmTech MIT conference, which will take place virtually October 19-22, 2020. This year's program explores the technology underpinning—and the forces driving—our digital...
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    MIT Technology Review Blogs

    Strengthening the US-Africa trade and investment relationship

    Editor’s Note: On November 17, C.J. Mahoney, Deputy General Counsel, U.S. International Trade and Azure, testified before the U.S. House Ways and Means Trade Subcommittee for a hearing “Strengthening The U.S.-Africa Trade and Investment Relationship.” Read C.J. Mahoney’s written testimony below and …

    What is Visual Description? As events evolve, greater accessibility for the disability community emerges

    Our commitment to accessibility runs deep at Microsoft. Over the years, we’ve systematically worked to embed accessibility and disability inclusive thinking into everything we do in response to feedback and requests from our customers, employees, and the community. At Microsoft we believe that disab…

    Applications open for new National Association of Black Journalists and Microsoft Storytelling Fellowship Program

    In our jobs as storytellers for Microsoft, we’re called to improve our storytelling every day, and the best way I’ve found to do this is to look at great stories – whatever the form – and learn from them. That’s why I’m especially excited to team up with the National Association of Black Journalists…

    New activity from Russian actor Nobelium

    Today, we’re sharing the latest activity we’ve observed from the Russian nation-state actor Nobelium. This is the same actor behind the cyberattacks targeting SolarWinds customers in 2020 and which the U.S. government and others have identified as being part of Russia’s foreign intelligence service …

    Strengthening cyber defenses for nonprofits

    We’ve seen an incredible number of crises arise and persist over the past year – ranging from the global to the deeply personal. Nonprofit organizations have been a lifeline to some of our most vulnerable communities, engaging with complex needs and working to make a difference. But nonprofits thems…

    Taking on human rights due diligence

    Respecting human rights is a core value of Microsoft. We believe that with technologies as powerful as those that we develop, we need to think not only about what our products and services enable, but what unintended consequences might flow from their use in real-world deployments. We do that by con…
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    MIT Technology Review Frequently Asked Questions

    • When was MIT Technology Review founded?

      MIT Technology Review was founded in 1899.

    • Who are MIT Technology Review key executives?

      MIT Technology Review's key executives are Elizabeth Bramson-Boudreau, Eric Mongeon and Emily Luong.

    • How many employees does MIT Technology Review have?

      MIT Technology Review has 757 employees.

    • Who are MIT Technology Review competitors?

      Competitors of MIT Technology Review include CNET, TechCrunch and PCMag.

    • Where is MIT Technology Review headquarters?

      MIT Technology Review headquarters is located at 1 Main St, Cambridge.

    • Where are MIT Technology Review offices?

      MIT Technology Review has an office in Cambridge.

    • How many offices does MIT Technology Review have?

      MIT Technology Review has 1 office.