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DAVID SIROTA is an award-winning journalist, television commentator, nationally syndicated weekly newspaper columnist and bestselling author living in Denver, Colorado. His work appears regularly on cable television networks and in 2013, his book Back to Our Future became the basis for the National Geographic Channel’s major miniseries on the 1980s. In 2014, Sirota won Ithaca College’s Izzy Award for Journalism and a Best In Business Award for investigative reporting from the Society for American Business Editors and Writers. He was also named a finalist for UCLA’s Gerald R. Loeb Award for financial journalism, and Syracuse University’s Mirror Award for Journalism. That year, the Denver Business Journal listed Sirota as one of the most influential Coloradans in the social media sphere.
Presently, Sirota is the Senior Editor for Investigations at The International Business Times. The New York Times has credited his Wall Street reporting for showing “that secrecy can hide high fees, low returns, excess risk and the identity of politically connected dealmakers.”