Larry Kramer recently retired as President and Publisher of USA Today and joined the Board of Directors of Gannett. Prior to that he was founder, Chairman and CEO of CBS Marketwatch, a company he took public and ran for 10 years before it was sold to Dow Jones. He then became the first president of Digital Media for CBS. He began his career by spending 20 years as a newspaper reporter and editor, rising to Asst. Managing Editor of the Washington Post and Editor of the San Francisco Examiner. He has served on the boards of Discovery Communications, Freedom Newspapers, American Media Corp, Answers.com, BlackArrow, Inc, and other tech and media startups. He also serves on the Syracuse University Board of Trustees and the Board of Harvard Business Publishing. His book "C-Scape: Conquer the Forces Changing Business Today" (Harper Collins 2010) is a textbook on changes in the media business. He is a graduate of the Newhouse School at Syracuse and Harvard Business School.