Amy Feldman
Forbes Staff|Manufacturing

America has been buying medicine the same way for centuries, creating a $400 billion industry. Fast-growing Truepill wants to deliver a dose of digital disruption.

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I'm a senior editor at Forbes, where I cover manufacturing, industrial innovation and consumer products. I previously spent two years on the Forbes' Entrepreneurs team. It's my second stint here: I learned the ropes of business journalism under Forbes

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I'm a senior editor at Forbes, where I cover manufacturing, industrial innovation and consumer products. I previously spent two years on the Forbes' Entrepreneurs team. It's my second stint here: I learned the ropes of business journalism under Forbes legendary editor Jim Michaels in the 1990s. Before rejoining, I was a senior writer or staff writer at BusinessWeek, Money and the New York Daily News. My work has also appeared in Barron's, Inc., the New York Times and numerous other publications. I'm based in New York, but my family is from Pittsburgh—and I love stories that get me out into the industrial heartland. Ping me with ideas, or follow me on Twitter @amyfeldman.

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