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Tyler Marshall Biography

EXPERIENCE

Los Angeles Times, 1979-present. Hong Kong bureau chief, 2000-present; diplomatic correspondent, Washington bureau, 1996-2000; Brussels bureau chief, 1994-96; Berlin bureau chief, 1990-94; special writer, London bureau, 1988-90; London bureau chief, 1985-88; Bonn bureau chief, 1983-85; New Delhi bureau chief, 1979-83.
McGraw-Hill World News, deputy bureau chief, London bureau, 1976-79.
New Civil Engineer Magazine, deputy editor, London , 1974-76.
McGraw-Hill World News, correspondent, Bonn bureau, 1971-74; San Francisco bureau, 1968-71.
United Press International, staff writer, San Francisco bureau, 1968.
Palo Alto (California) Times, part time sports reporter, 1965-67
Sacramento Bee, cub reporter, copy messenger, 1964-65.


EDUCATION

Stanford University, Palo Alto, Calif. B.A., Political Science, 1967.


PERSONAL

Born: June 14, 1941. Detroit, Michigan.

MILITARY

U.S. Marine Corps, 1959-63, honorably discharged as Sergeant E-5.


AWARDS

Los Angeles Times Editorial Award for Explanatory Journalism, for "The Wal-Mart Effect," 2003.
The George Polk Award for Economic Reporting, for "The Wal-Mart Effect," 2003.
Overseas Press Club, honorable mention, 1984.
Jessie Neal Award for business journalism, 1971.
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