Geraldine Fabrikant is a senior writer for Business Day at The New York Times. She joined the paper as a reporter in 1985 and has won six publishers awards since that time. In 1996, she received the Loeb Award for deadline reporting.
Before joining The Times, Ms. Fabrikant was the media editor for Business Week magazine since 1981. While there, she received an award for her cover story on the Capital Cities/ABC merger.
From 1978 until 1981, Ms. Fabrikant was a reporter for Variety; from 1976 until 1978, a reporter for The Hollywood Reporter; from 1973 until 1976, a freelance writer, and from 1966 until 1972, a film editor.
In 1999, she was named a Knight-Bagehot Fellow in economics and business journalism by the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism. Ms. Fabrikant was a finalist for a 2003 group Pulitzer Award and the 2003 Loeb Award for reporting on corporate greed.
Born in New York on May 15, 1943, she attended Brandeis University for three years and graduated from the University of Wisconsin in 1964.
Ms. Fabrikant is married to Robert T. Metz, a partner of Hullin Metz & Co., a financial public relations firm. She has three stepchildren and lives in Manhattan.