Assistant Managing Editor

Mark Pothier

Pothier joined the Globe in 2001 as the first editor of Globe South, and moved to the Business section eight years ago as senior assistant business editor. He served as deputy business editor until July 2013. Prior to coming to the Globe, he was a Nieman Fellow at Harvard University, where he also taught a journalism class for a decade. Pothier is also a regular contributor to the Globe’s Sunday Magazine. He is a graduate of Merrimack College and lives in Plymouth with his wife, Elizabeth, and their daughter, Elizabeth. He also has two grown children – Alexandra and Justin.

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‘There’s a special place in hell for women who don’t help each other.’

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Former secretary of state Madeleine Albright opened up a can of worms when she criticized young women for supporting Bernie Sanders.

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Why does a NumbersUSA ad include a clip from 1995?

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The clip of the late Barbara Jordan is at least 20 years old and lacks context.

opinion | Mark Pothier

Obama weathers criticism over climate ‘threat’

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Republican presidential candidates have come out against the president connecting the issues of climate change and terorrism.

opinion | Mark Pothier

The unlikely legacy of Margaret Trudeau, Canada’s former first lady

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Sometimes the least likely role models turn out to be the most effective.