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Chief Product OfficerDec 6, 2016 | 19:29 GMT
Ken Maranian
Ken Maranian
As chief product officer, Ken Maranian leads the creation of Stratfor’s new suite of enterprise level products, including Threat Lens. He also drives the ongoing development of stratfor.com.
 
Prior to joining Stratfor, Mr. Maranian served as vice president of data-as-a-service solutions at Dun & Bradstreet's and was also the company’s global leader of customer experience and solutions. Before that, he served as vice president of product management and development at Hoover's, leading product strategy and innovation. He was also responsible for heading up the company's product, creative and editorial teams to deliver new user-centric products and execute product growth strategies for specific market segments. Ken spent 11 years at Dell in a number of roles, including senior software engineering development manager for Dell Online and e-commerce solutions, server operating systems engineering and open manage software product development. Mr. Maranian was a leader in the transition of Dell software teams to agile development. 
 
Mr. Maranian holds an M.S. in Software Engineering from Northeastern University's Graduate School of Engineering, a Master's in Divinity from The Episcopal Divinity School, and a B.S. in Economics from Iona College.
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VP of Tactical AnalysisJul 13, 2012 | 20:35 GMT
Scott Stewart
Scott Stewart

Scott Stewart supervises Stratfor's analysis of terrorism and security issues. Before joining Stratfor, he was a special agent with the U.S. State Department for 10 years and was involved in hundreds of terrorism investigations.

Mr. Stewart was the lead State Department investigator assigned to the 1993 World Trade Center bombing and the follow-up New York City bomb plot. He also led a team of American agents assisting the Argentine investigation of the 1992 bombing of the Israeli Embassy in Buenos Aires and was involved in investigations following a series of attacks and attempted attacks by the Iraqi intelligence service during the first Gulf War.

Mr. Stewart was deputy regional security officer in Guatemala City and was responsible for embassy and diplomatic security at that post as well as in Belize City. As protective intelligence coordinator for Dell, he served as a member of Michael Dell's executive protective team. He has also consulted on terrorism issues for the Texas Department of Public Safety.

He is regularly featured as a security expert in leading media outlets, including The New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, CNN International, NPR, Reuters, USA Today, The Associated Press, World Magazine, Fox News, Discovery Channel and Time magazine.

AREAS OF EXPERTISE

  • Terrorism Trends
  • Mexico-U.S. Borderland Security
  • Mexican Cartels
  • Terrorist Tactics and Organizations
  • High Net Worth Security
  • Improvised Explosive Devices
  • Post-Blast Investigations
  • Document Fraud
  • Countersurveillance
  • Protective Intelligence
  • Domestic Hate Groups
  • Kidnapping
  • Surveillance
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ReflectionsJun 9, 2010 | 11:27 GMT
Considering a Failed Transition for China
Amid labor problems and an internal struggle to manage its rapid growth and development, China must successfully transition its manufacturing sector or face catastrophic consequences for itself and the global economy.
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AssessmentsDec 10, 2009 | 22:23 GMT
India: The Creation of a New State
New Delhi announced it would create a new state for Telangana in order to placate local separatists, but may find that it has opened the door to more internal consternation, not less. (With STRATFOR map)
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On GeopoliticsMar 4, 2008 | 21:45 GMT
Dissecting the Chinese Miracle
The U.S. Economy and the Next 'Big One'
Americans have been waiting for the next cataclysmic economic downturn since 1929. There is now an emerging consensus that the United States has entered a recession. The question thus emerges whether this is in fact the next "big one," or just 1991 and 2001 all over again.
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