Andrew Cornell

Founding Managing Editor, BlueNotes, ANZ Newsroom

Andrew Cornell

Founding Managing Editor, BlueNotes, ANZ Newsroom

Biography

Andrew Cornell is the founding managing editor of BlueNotes, ANZ ‘s multi-awarding winning forum for business and economic news, opinion and analysis.

Cornell himself is a multi-award winning journalist, most recently the 2014 Citi Award for Economics writing. He was the 2010 Walkley Award winner for commentary and analysis for a series on how Australia’s financial system survived the financial crisis and is a multiple Walkley finalist.

Cornell won the Citigroup/Columbia University Award for Excellence in Business Journalism for analysis of Japan’s economy.

Cornell was formerly associate editor, senior writer and columnist with the Australian Financial Review and the senior staff writer for the AFR’s award winning monthly magazine. He is a former North Asia Bureau chief based in Tokyo for the AFR. In wider writing, Cornell was the inaugural editor of NewSouthPress’s “Best Business Writing” anthology. He has written and contributed to several books including the Japan Australia Foundation-sponsored report “Australia and Japan: Beyond the Mainstream”.

Cornell’s career in journalism spans three decades, including 20 years at the AFR. He started his business reporting career in 1987 at the Sun News Pictorial. He also spent five years as a film reviewer for the Herald and Weekly Times. Cornell has a BA (Hons) medieval literature and BSc (Genetics) from Melbourne University.

Cornell’s career in journalism spans three decades, including 20 years at the AFR. He started his business reporting career in 1987 at the Sun News Pictorial and later moved to the Sunday Herald Sun as business editor and AAP as Melbourne finance editor. He also spent five years as a film reviewer for the Herald and Weekly Times and has authored books on financial planning and business management. Cornell is a Graduate of Melbourne University, BA (Hons) medieval literature and BSc (Genetics).

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