Tony is a pioneering media entrepreneur and a prominent opinion leader in
the technology business and investment editorial world. Tony earned this
distinction as the creator and editor in chief of Red Herring, which he
founded in 1993, and the AlwaysOn network, his current venture.
Even as Red Herring's revenues were soaring along with the rest of the
technology sector's, Tony co-wrote The Internet Bubble: Inside the
Overvalued World of High-Tech Stocks (HarperBusiness, 1999), a book that
foretold the dot-com bust and warned investors to get out quick. The
Internet Bubble became an international bestseller; a sequel was published
Now Tony has launched a new media brand: AlwaysOn, a highly interactive
online network for technology insiders.
With both Red Herring and AlwaysOn, his mission has always been to deliver
the brightest thinking, the best analysis, and the most focused reporting
and research for the benefit of entrepreneurs and investors around the
Tony continues to chronicle the technology world in a regular column for the
Wall Street Journal and as a television commentator for MSNBC's "Hardball
with Chris Matthews," CNN, CNBC, BBC, and Bloomberg Television. His prolific
editorial output consistently lands him on the list of top ten technology
business journalists by AdWeek's Technology Marketing magazine.
Tony‚s public activities include serving on President George W. Bush's
Information Technology Advisory Council. He cofounded and chaired Silicon
Valley's premier business and technology forum, the Churchill Club in Palo
Alto, California. Prior to launching Red Herring and AlwaysOn, Tony was
founder and CEO of Upside Publishing and vice president of business
development at Silicon Valley Bank.