Aparisim "Bobby" Ghosh is an Indian-born American journalist. He is a member of the editorial board at Bloomberg, based in London, where he writes editorials and columns on the Middle East, North Africa, Turkey and the wider Islamic world.
Previously, he served as editor-in-chief of the Hindustan Times until November 2017. Prior to that, he was managing editor of the business news website Quartz and TIME Magazine's World Editor. He is American national and he was the first immigrant to be named TIME World Editor in more than 80 years. He was also TIME's Baghdad bureau chief, and one of the longest-serving correspondents in Iraq. He has written stories from other conflict areas, including Palestine and Kashmir. He has also worked for Time Asia and Time Europe and has covered subjects as varied as technology and football, business and social trends.
He started his career as a journalist with Deccan Chronicle, a popular English daily, at Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh, India.
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