Rachael King
Freelance Writer

I am an award-winning freelance writer specializing in business and technology. My work has appeared in national publications such as Fortune, BusinessWeek.com, BusinessWeek SmallBiz, Business 2.0, Inc., and the Industry Standard. My areas of expertise include small business, technology, the Internet and telecommunications.

Over the past decade, I have also held staff positions at Bon Appetit, Architectural Digest, tele.com and The Net Economy.

I live and work in San Francisco.

Working from Home: It's in the Details
BusinessWeek.com, 2/12/2007

No Geeks Required
BusinessWeek SmallBiz, 2/1/2007

The Diet Coke and Mentos Explosion
BusinessWeek.com, 1/17/2007

Business Goes Straight to Video
BusinessWeek.com, 1/16/2007

Technology: Analyze This
BusinessWeek SmallBiz, 12/25/2006

Outsourcing: Beyond Bangalore
BusinessWeek.com, 12/11/2006

Building a Business on a Mashup
BusinessWeek.com, 11/13/2006

Marketing to Kids Where They Live
BusinessWeek.com, 9/11/2006

Workers Place Your Bets
BusinessWeek.com, 8/3/2006

Relax, My Phone Will Get It
BusinessWeek SmallBiz, 6/19/2006

Making Sense of Sales
BusinessWeek SmallBiz, 3/20/2006

A Brush With Fate
BusinessWeek SmallBiz, 3/20/2006

All Together Now
BusinessWeek SmallBiz, 12/1/2005

Tough Rivers, Tougher Rafts
BusinessWeek Online, 6/29/2005

A Hamburger's Tasty Legacy
BusinessWeek Online, 3/14/2005

Field of Dreams
BusinessWeek SmallBiz, 11/1/2004

Brewing Up a Hawaiian Success
BusinessWeek SmallBiz, 11/1/2004

Uncorking a Family Business
BusinessWeek SmallBiz, 10/28/2004

Better Late Than Never
BusinessWeek SmallBiz, 7/5/2004

Erasing the World Trade Center
PC Magazine, 10/10/2001

Mile-High Club
Business 2.0, 6/1/2000

Too Much Long Distance
Fortune, 3/1/1999



rachael [at] celticknot [dot] net

Architectural Digest
Bon Appetit
Business 2.0
BusinessWeek SmallBiz
BusinessWeek Online
Crain's New York Business
Inc Technology
Industry Standard
Inter@ctive Week
Workforce Magazine


National Editorial Award from the American Society of Business Publication Editors, 2005

Jesse H. Neal award from the American Business Press, 1998