Michelle Fay Cortez, a senior reporter on the health team at Bloomberg News, is moving to Hong Kong to be an editor on the health and consumer team.
She is currently based in Minneapolis.
Cortez has been with Bloomberg since 1992, with stints in Washington, where she covered the FDA, and London.
Her recent reporting has raised questions about the accuracy of Abbott’s rapid virus test, explained why antibodies may not be enough to protect us, given us a harrowing picture of what ventilators do to the human body, and walked through Gilead’s pricing dilemma.
Cortez is a graduate of William & Mary and previously worked at UPI and Market News Service.
Young British Asians tend to be early adopters of new tech, and by learning how to engage with this expanding market could allow a brand to develop a strong consumer network effect for their products or services, this is according to integrated marketing agency, Mediareach.
Collectively, British Asians make up nearly 7% of the population, and 34.3% of them are between the ages of 18 and 34. Most notably, Indian and Chinese groups are the most affluent ethnic groups in the UK, with 42% of Indian and 29% Chinese households attaining an average weekly income of more than £1,000, compared to 28% of their White British counterparts.
Saad Al-Saraf, CEO at Mediareach, stated: “A recent report called ‘From Ostrich To Magpie’ published by the Confederation of British Industry (CBI), said that the low take-up of readily available technologies could be driving the UK’s productivity problem.