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Sean Silcoff

Sean Silcoff joined The Globe and Mail in January, 2012, following an 18-year-career in journalism and communications. He previously worked as a columnist and Montreal correspondent for the National Post and as a staff writer at Canadian Business Magazine, where he was project co-ordinator of the magazine's inaugural Rich 100 list. He is the winner of two National Newspaper Awards and is the co-author of Losing the Signal; the Spectacular Fall of BlackBerry, to be released in May 2015.

Sean has a bachelor of commerce from Queen's University and earned a master's degree in journalism at Carleton University.

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