In the NewsJul 19, 2022
Warner to Cirilli: Chips bill needs to be on Biden’s desk ‘before August,’ via Yahoo! Finance
US Senate Intelligence Committee chairman Mark Warner (D-VA) spoke with Kevin Cirilli in an exclusive, wide-ranging interview about tech diplomacy. Cirilli is a visiting media fellow in the Atlantic Council’s Global China Hub as well as the Krach Institute for Tech Diplomacy at Purdue as part of the Global Tech Security Commission. Cirilli is a […]
In the NewsMay 27, 2022
Schmidt to Cirilli: US needs a China plan
Former-Google CEO Eric Schmidt spoke with Kevin Cirilli in a recent conversation at the Indiana Global Economic Summit about building trust in technology networks and platforms. Schmidt is the co-founder of Schmidt Future and also serves as chairman of the Special Competitive Studies Project, whose mission is to “make recommendations to strengthen America’s long-term competitiveness […]
Kevin Cirilli is a visiting media fellow in the Atlantic Council’s Global China Hub. Cirilli is a Yahoo Finance contributor and he recently served as chief Washington correspondent for Bloomberg Television and Bloomberg Radio, where he worked for nearly six years. Cirilli brings his unique background in geopolitics, global business, print/broadcast media, political communications, and regulatory affairs as a nonpartisan, policy-based reporter whose daily reports and analysis communicated with a niche audience of global investors, financial-services stakeholders, and policymakers. He helped launch and anchored a global daily radio show and interviewed prominent global leaders while covering breaking business news from the White House and the US Capitol. Cirilli is also a senior media fellow at the Krach Institute for Tech Diplomacy at Purdue.
Cirilli’s expertise includes US-China relations, tech diplomacy, financial services, regulatory affairs, domestic politics, Silicon Valley regulations, and more. His reporting took him all over the world, including Saudi Arabia, Vietnam, Colombia, Israel, South Africa, and Germany. Prior to Bloomberg, he worked for POLITICO Pro Financial Services and the Hill, where he helped launched the daily Overnight Finance tip sheet.