Joe Nocera - Biographical Brief
Joe Nocera is a sports business columnist. He joined the New York Times in 2005, and wrote the “Talking Business” column for five years before joining the Opinion pages, where he wrote an Op-Ed column until October 2015. He also writes about business topics for New York Times Magazine.
For more than three decades, Mr. Nocera has chronicled the world of business at magazines like Fortune, GQ, Esquire and Texas Monthly. He has won three Gerald Loeb awards, including the 2008 award for commentary, and three John Hancock awards for excellence in business journalism.
A 2007 Pulitzer finalist, he has written books including “A Piece of the Action: How the Middle Class Joined the Money Class,” which won the New York Public Library’s 1995 Helen Bernstein Award; “Good Guys and Bad Guys: Behind the Scenes With the Saints and Scoundrels of American Business (and Everything in Between),” and “All the Devils Are Here: The Hidden History of the Financial Crisis,” which he co-authored with Bethany McLean. His latest book, “Indentured: The Inside Story of the Rebellion Against the NCAA,” co-authored with Times contributor Ben Strauss, will be published in February, 2016.
Mr. Nocera received a B.S. in journalism from Boston University in 1974. He lives in New York City. His sports business column appears online each Friday morning, and in print on Saturdays — and, when events warrant, at various time during the week.