Paul Ingrassia Wiki
Paul Ingrassia was a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist. He served as managing editor of Reuters from 2011 to 2016. He was also an editor at the Revs Institute, an automotive history and research center in Naples, Florida, and the author of three books.
Paul Ingrassia Bio
Paul Ingrassia was born in 1950 and died on September 16, 2019. He has died at the age of 69. Ingrassia was born in Laurel, Mississippi, United States.
Ingrassia, who was born in Laurel, Mississippi, had journalism degrees from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (bachelor’s, 1972) and the University of Wisconsin–Madison (master’s).
In December 2007, Ingrassia did a 31-year profession at The Wall Street Journal and its father or mother company, Dow Jones, the place he served as a reporter, editor, and executive.
He commenced his news profession at the former Lindsay-Schaub Newspaper Group in Decatur, Illinois in 1973, and in 1977 he moved to The Wall Street Journal in Chicago.
Over the years he taught as an adjunct professor at the Graduate School of Journalism at Columbia University and lectured at the business faculties at Columbia and the University of Michigan.
From 1998 to 2006, Ingrassia was president of Dow Jones Newswires, and from 2006-2007 the company’s vice president for information strategy.
Ingrassia used to be also the author or co-author of three books and wrote significantly about the auto industry for more than 30 years. His 1/3 and most recent book, posted through Simon and Schuster in May 2012, used to be Engines of Change: A History of the American Dream in Fifteen Cars.
It described with the aid of Michiko Kakutani in The New York Times as “a relatively knowledgeable however breezy narrative history of the vehicles that have formed and mirrored American culture.
The e-book was once the groundwork for Live Another Day, a 2016 documentary movie about the bailouts.
Paul Ingrassia Wife, Children
He and his wife, Susan, lived in Naples, Florida and had three adult sons. One of his sons, Charlie, died of cancer in early 2019.
Paul Ingrassia cancer
Ingrassia was a multiple cancer survivor due to a rare genetic condition that makes him, and others with the disease, susceptible to malignancies. In accepting the Gerald Loeb Lifetime Achievement Award in June 2016.
He thanked the judges for their recognition and added that, due to his health history, “I often think that my biggest lifetime achievement is simply having a lifetime.”
Death and Cause
Ingrassia died on September 16, 2019, after a battle with cancer.