Russ Buettner Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net Worth New York Times
Russ Buettner Biography
Russ Buettner is a renowned American journalist presently working at The New York Times working as an investigative reporter since 2006. Prior, he worked at New York Daily News as a reporter. Before that, he also worked at New York Newsday as a reporter.
Russ Buettner Age
Russ Buettner is a native of the United States. He prefers to keep his personal life private, so he has not disclosed his exact birth date.
Russ Buettner Height
Russ stands at 5 ft 8 in/1.72 m tall.
Russ Buettner Education
Russ attended California State University in Sacramento after finishing primary and secondary school. He later attended the University of Missouri-Columbia.
Russ Buettner Family
Russ is an American journalist who was born and raised by his loving and supportive parents. He is a citizen of the United States. At the moment, he has not disclosed any information about his parents or siblings.
Russ Buettner Wife
Russ currently resides in New York. He prefers to keep his personal life private, so he has not disclosed any information about his relationship status. As a result, it is unknown whether Russ is single, dating, or married.
Russ Buettner Salary
Russ annually earns a salary of $83,461.
Russ Buettner Net Worth
Russ’ approximated net worth is $1 million.
Russ Buettner Career
Russ works on The New York Times investigations desk as an investigative reporter. His coverage has focused on Donald J. Trump’s personal finances, such as articles examining the vast inheritance Mr. Trump received from his father, the massive business losses and tax avoidance schemes revealed by many years of his tax returns, and his track record of failure in Atlantic City.
Russ and two colleagues Ms. Craig and David Barstow received coverage a year ago, and won a Pulitzer Prize for their work debunking Mr. Trump’s myth of being a self-made billionaire and mentioning instances of fraud used to increase his share of his father’s fortune. For the same body of work, the group received a George Polk Award.
Russ and his coworker Danny Hakim were named finalists in 2012 for their Pulitzer Prize for public service for a series of articles exposing abuse, neglect, and deadly mistakes in New York’s developmentally disabled care system. Their project was also recognized with a Scripps Howard Award for investigative reporting.
Russ joined The New York Times in 2006 after working on the investigative teams at The New York Daily News and The New York Newsday. His reporting at The Daily News included a series that resulted in New York publishing previously secret malpractice histories of physicians, as well as another series that resulted in the criminal investigation of Bernard B. Kerik, the first New York City police commissioner. Mr. Kerik was sentenced to prison after pleading guilty to state and federal charges.