Serving as Managing Director at The Register, Linus has been “Biting the hand that feeds IT” for over 18 years.
He started out as a fishmonger but he didn’t enjoy the night shifts. The eventual realisation that there is more money in computers than fish led him to The Register.
Drew joined The Register in 1997. After deciding in the 1980s that accountancy wasn’t for him he got a gig at a publishing company writing about computers. He got bored of writing hum-drum copy and wanted to do something a bit different.
It worked out well.
After sailing the choppy waters of tech media for many a year Matti joined the good ship The Register 5 years ago and serves as the Commercial Director.
He is a native German with a love of The Beatles, Cheese and Pickle Sandwiches and a good sit down.
Phil joined in 2004 after a stint as a journalist and an analyst. If Phil had an office, he’d put Global Digital Director on the door but the open plan layout put paid to that idea. He delivers projects from idea to delivery. He cracks his virtual whip over the whole team from tech to design through to editorial. He also organises the events from an operational point of view.
UK Bureau Chief & Channel Editor at The Register. Expert within his field, extensive network of sources and tenacity when he gets the whiff of a story.
Chris is The Register’s US bureau chief, reporting on the semiconductor industry as well as managing our growing team in San Francisco. He has more than 15 years of experience in online and print media, having worked as a newspaper reporter and senior production journalist prior to joining Situation Publishing in 2011. He has a master’s degree in electronic engineering and has developed software both professionally and for fun in his spare time.
Simon runs The Register’s Asia-Pacific bureau from sunny Sydney, Australia. He joined The Reg in 2012 after a decade or two covering the local tech scene. He now enjoys the global view of the technology industry on offer from the Vulture’s perch, which looks pretty good from our 34th-floor office with harbour views.