A former Washington correspondent for BusinessWeek magazine, Larry Kahaner is the author of 15 books, including the best-selling Competitive Intelligence, a Book-of-the-Month selection which has been translated into six languages. He has also written Values Prosperity and the Talmud; Business Lessons from the Ancient Rabbis, The Quotations of Chairman Greenspan and AK-47; the Weapon that Changed the Face of War. He was a blogger on Business Leadership and Ethics for the McGowan Charitable Foundation. Currently, he is editor of Silver News, a publication of The Silver Institute. For 10 years, he was the Washington columnist for Fleet Owner covering national politics.
His articles have appeared in The Los Angeles Times, The Washington Post, The International Herald Tribune, Information Week, Government Enterprise, Wilderness, Washingtonian, Washington Journalism Review, Popular Science, Consumer’s Digest, and The Christian Science Monitor. He has received the Jesse M. Neal National Business Journalism Award, the American Society of Business Publication Editors Regional Gold Award and an Associated Press Newswriting Award. He holds a Master of Science in journalism from Boston University.
His government and corporate clients include: Ryder, UPS, Oracle, National Institutes of Health, Northrop Grumman, Monsanto, Oracle, MCIWorldcom, Cable & Wireless, ATT, ABB, USIA, The Silver Institute, International Truck and Engine Corp., Sodexho-Marriott.