Journalist, BBC News
Rory is the BBC’s expert on trends in new technology, and how the web is changing our lives. He became a Technology Correspondent after many years reporting on business for the BBC, and he sees it as his role to communicate the excitement and importance of the fast-changing digital world to a non-specialist audience.
He is the author of Dot Bomb, an account of the companies and characters behind Britain’s short-lived dot com bubble.
Author and Journalist with The Sunday Times
Peer & Former Cabinet Minister
Chairman, Evening Standard Ltd & Independent Print Ltd
Senior Adviser Welsh Affairs for Severn Trent Water and Former Director, BT Wales
Chairman, Ofcom & Former Chairman of Channel 4 & Santander
Founder, Kitchen Table Partners