Investor's Business Daily

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A Sum More Than Its Parts (Mar 20)
Does Anyone Listen To Risk Managers? (Mar 7)
Feeling 'More Happy' With Foreign Chiefs (Feb 22)
How To Move CMOs Out Of Harm's Way (Feb 1)
Don't Let Blogs Pop A Firm's Reputation (Jan 11)
Women Shaping Up Private-Equity Firms (Jan 4)

Small Business Review

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Mezzanine Financing
Avoid Being Victimized by Identity Thieves
Knowing Your Credit Score Can Pay Off
Turn Your Staff Into Entrepreneurs
Create a Winning Employee Retention Strategy
Is Venture Capital Right for Your Business?
Angel Investors Finance Small Businesses
Your Marketing Edge: Customer Service
Dealing with the Chronically Late Employee
A Better Route to China for Small Business

Divorce360.com

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The Five Right and Five Wrong Reasons to Consider Marriage
 Things to Discuss Before Saying, "I Do"
8 Communication Tips to Help Keep Your Marriage Strong
Mediators Help Couples Compromise and Keep From Court Battles in Divorce,
Tips to Overcome the Deal-Breakers That Cause Marriages to Fail

Articles

Gary Stern has written hundreds of articles that have appeared in such leading publications as The Wall Street Journal, Investor's Business Daily, USA Weekend, Crain's New York Business, Electronic Business, and Tennis. (To read a sample article, click here.

Airline travelers may well have read his in-flight magazine articles in American Way, Sky (the Delta in-flight), Continental and Midwest Express. For example, his U.S. Air cover story on "The Acting Attorney" was the first major profile of Fred D. Thompson when his acting career was taking off before he became a senator of Tennessee.

As an entertainment stringer for Reuters, Emmy, The Chicago Sun-Times and Chicago Tribune, he has profiled Sissy Spacek, Eddie Murphy, Rob Reiner, Spike Lee, and in the Emmy article "Health Tips from the Sid Caesar's Writing Gang" interviewed Mel Brooks, Carl Reiner and Larry Gelbart.

Stern has been a contributing writer for Consumer Reports Travel Letter, a stringer for Hispanic Outlook in Higher Education, written a career tips column for Hispanic Business, and his article on "The Real Deal About Diversity" for Hispanic magazine, was reprinted in Successful College Writing, a textbook for freshman composition.  His article "Professor Pop Culture," profiling Robert W. Thompson, a professor of culture at Syracuse University, earned a feature writing award from the Syracuse Press Club. Prior to becoming a writer, he taught English in New York City high schools for over a decade.

His Writer's Digest article "Becoming an Instant Expert" describes how a reporter who knows a minimal amount on a subject through research and investigation can become an instant expert on almost any subject.  That article has been used in several journalism classes.

Fascinated by people and what makes people tick, Stern has interviewed a wide range of people including Carlos Guttierez, then CEO of Kellogg's and now Commerce Secretary, critics for The New York Times, The Washington Post and USA Today on how restaurant critics operate, and the mayor of Pittsburgh on what he was doing to reinvigorate the city once the steel mills closed.