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                    Tuesday, June 25, 2024




                Dana Mattioli

                      Author & Sr. Reporter, Tech                                       Investigations

                     The Wall Street Journal

12:00 noon-1:00 pm EDT

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Pulitzer finalist Dana Mattioli is a veteran reporter for The Wall Street Journal. Mattioli has written investigative pieces and WSJ front page stories about Amazon since 2019, receiving a number of awards including a Gerald Loeb Award, the Woman's Economic Roundtable award and SABEW awards. Her new book, "The Everything War: Amazon's Ruthless Quest to Own the World and Remake Corporate Power," is the first untold exposé of Amazon’s endless strategic greed, from destroying Main Street to remaking corporate power, in pursuit of total domination, by any means necessary.

In 2023, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) filed an anti-trust lawsuit against Amazon which opened a window into one of the most consequential business stories of our times.  With unparalleled access, and having interviewed hundreds of people, from Amazon executives to large competitors, to small businesses who rely on Amazon’s Marketplace to survive, Mattioli explores how Amazon was driven by a competitive edge to dominate every industry it entered. While some companies dominate one or two industries, Amazon now leads in several.  Mattioli provides us with a unique perspective on how Amazon’s dominance was by design from the very beginning.

RMS Board member Marie Driscoll of Driscoll Advisors will be leading the conversation. 


Our webinar will kick off with a short, up-to-the-moment summary of the latest goings-on in retail with Patrick McKeever, President and Founder of The Daily on Retail.


RMS Members: $10 

Guests: $50*

Date: Tuesday, June 25, 2024


Time: 12:00 noon-1:00 pm EDT


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Dana Mattioli

Author & Senior Reporter, Tech Investigations

The Wall Street Journal

Dana is a reporter covering Amazon for The Wall Street Journal in New York. In this role, she has led investigations into the retail giant's business practices, market power and antitrust issues. She is the author of the book

 "The Everything War: Amazon’s Ruthless Quest to Own the World and Remake Corporate Power."

   Dana was part of a team that was a Pulitzer Prize finalist in 2020 for its investigation into Amazon, and was the winner of the 2021 Gerald Loeb Award for Beat Reporting.

   In 2021, she received the WERT Prize, an award from the Women’s Economic Round Table that honors excellence in comprehensively reported business journalism, and received a Front Page Award for her Amazon coverage.

   Previously, Dana covered mergers & acquisitions, where she and colleagues broke some of the largest deals, including Pfizer’s $150 billion deal to buy Allergan. In 2016, Dana was part of a team that won a Gerald Loeb Award in the breaking news category for coverage of the Dow-DuPont merger. She was a finalist for the 2015 Larry Birger Young Business Journalist Award.

Marie Driscoll

Driscoll Advisors

Marie is a highly experienced equity analyst focusing on apparel brands, apparel retailers, and luxury goods. She has served in key analytical and business development roles in leading financial research firms. She was recognized three times in The Wall Street Journal’s “Best on the Street” analyst survey, capturing the first place ranking for stock selection in the Clothing & Accessories industry. 

   Marie started Driscoll Advisors late in 2011 providing consulting services to academia, industry, investors and non-profits. She is a columnist for the ICSC’s VRN and IOJ, The Robin Report, and an industry consultant at Fung Global Retail & Technology.



Patrick McKeever, President and Founder of The Daily on Retail, has followed retail for more than 20 years. Prior to founding Wall Street 313 LLC and The Daily on Retail in late 2018, he spent 11 years as a managing director, senior analyst and consumer sector head at MKM Partners. He has received a number of professional awards, including 2nd place in Multiline Retail for both stock picking and earning estimation in the 2016 Thomson Reuters poll. He was awarded Top Stock Picker in Multiline Retail in the same poll, has been recognized in the Greenwich survey and has performed well in the institutional money manager voting process. 

   He appears on CNBC and other networks to discuss retail and has been quoted extensively by industry publications and the financial press. Patrick started his career in equity research at Credit Suisse in New York. He is a graduate of Boston College and also has an economics-focused master's degree. 

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