Arthur Lubow is an American journalist best known for his 1992 biography The Reporter Who Would Be King: A Biography of Richard Harding Davis (ISBN 0-684-19404-X), and as a contributing writer for The New York Times Magazine Smithsonian, and Inc. His work at Inc. focuses on entrepreneurs involved in the food and wine industries.
After Lubow graduated from college, he spent a year at Cambridge University where he studied British cultural history of the Industrial Revolution.
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