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Joseph Kahn Biography

Joseph Kahn is a journalist from the United States who is now the managing editor of The New York Times. From 2014 through September 2016, Kahn worked as an assistant editor for International at Time.

How old is Joseph Kahn? – Age

He was born on August 19, 1964, in Boston, Massachusetts, USA. He is 57 years old as of  2021.

Where did Joseph Kahn go to school? – Education

He received a bachelor’s degree in American history from Harvard University in 1987 and served as president of The Harvard Crimson. In 1990, he received a master’s degree in East Asian studies from Harvard Graduate School of Arts and Sciences.

Joseph Kahn – Family

He is the son of Leo Kahn (1916–2011), the founder of the Purity Supreme grocery chain in New England and co-founder of the global office supply chain Staples, and Dorothy Davidson.

Kahn Wife

He is likely not married and has never been married, according to our information. As of June 2021, he is not dating anyone.

Joseph Kahn The New York Times journalist
Joseph Kahn The New York Times journalist

What is Kahn Salary?

His pay is not disclosed.

Kahn Net Worth

His net worth has been estimated to be $1.5 million.

Joseph Kahn Career

Prior to that, he was The New York Times’ international editor from September 2011 to February 2008, and deputy foreign editor from February 2008 to September 2011. He was The Times’s Beijing bureau chief from July 2003 to December 2007. He had previously been posted to Shanghai. He also worked as a correspondent in the Washington bureau, covering international economics and trade, and on the New York business department, covering Wall Street. Kahn and Jim Yardley received the Pulitzer Prize for International Reporting in 2006 for their coverage of the rule of law in China for their work for the Times. After four years as the Wall Street Journal’s China reporter, he joined the Times in January 1998. Before joining the Journal, he worked as a reporter for the Dallas Morning News, where he was part of a team that won the Pulitzer Prize for international reporting in 1994 for their coverage of violence against women throughout the world.

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