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The International Business Times is an online global business newspaper based in New York City, comprising 10 national editions and seven languages. The publication, sometimes called IBTimes or IBT, offers news, analysis and editorial commentary on business and business-related stories[2] It is ranked by Alexa as the sixth-most visited site among business newspapers.

Launched in 2005, IBTimes was created to provide news services to the international business community. It is a privately held company and still owned by its co-founders Etienne Uzac and Johnathan Davis. Its headquarters are in the former Newsweek offices in the Financial District of New York.

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Authors who have written for International Business Times

Inigo Monzon, Eric Chiu, Christopher Zara, Bruce Wright, Amanda Remling, Alex Garofalo, Barbara Herman , and 52 more. See full list. Barbara Herman, J.E. Reich, Avnika Saraf, Rebecka Schumann, Catherine Armecin, Palash Ghosh, Thomas Kika, Athena Chan, Lauren Dubois, Corazon Victorino, Sarah Berger, Christian Saclao, Juliana Rose Pignataro, Wesley Dockery, Maria Vultaggio, Minyvonne Burke, Julia Glum, Rachael Ellenbogen, Nicole Massabrook, Camille Heimbrod, Janice Williams, Mike Brown, Kukil Bora, Tom O'Connor, Himanshu Goenka, Abigail Abrams, Greg Price, Anthony Riccobono, Caitlyn Hitt, Denisse Moreno, Suman Varandani, Nicholas Mojica, Nemisha Sharma, Briana Seftel, Tim Marcin, Clark Mindock, Cortney Drakeford, Mike Luces, Zoe Mintz, Thomas Halleck, Riddhima Kanetkar, Avi Asher, Megan Manning, Cammy Harbison, Lydia O'Neal, Cole Stangler, Britteny Dee, Andrew Berry, Ismat Sarah, Cristina Silva, Amruta Agnihotri, Jay Cassano, Ben Scheffer See less.

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