Arjun Kharpal is an Assistant Producer for CNBC in London. He moved into the role after being a News Assistant at the company for two years.
Arjun's main focus is on the technology beat and he heads up CNBC's "Tech Transformers" special report. He also writes market stories.
Arjun has previously written for the Times, the Telegraph, the Guardian and the Mirror in London. He holds a BA in English Literature from the University of York and an MA in Newspaper Journalism from City University, London.
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