Michael Hiltzik Biography
Michael Hiltzik is an American author, columnist, and news reporter. Working as a business columnist for Los Angeles Times(La Times) currently. He has authored the book, “Iron Empires: the Making of Modern America, Railroads, and Robber Barons.
Michael Hiltzik Age
Michael Hiltzik was born on November 9, 1952, in New York City, New York, in the United States. He is 69 years old as of 2021.
Michael Hiltzik Height
Michael stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 7 inches/ approx 1.7 m tall.
Michael Hiltzik Family
Michael was born in the United States to his caring parents Mr. & Mrs. HiltzikNYC, New York. But, he has not revealed much regarding his siblings.
Michael Hiltzik Wife
Michael has been married for at least three decades to his wife Deborah Ibert. The couple has two-all grown-up sons, David and Andrew. The duo lives in Southern California moreover.
Michael Hiltzik Education
Michael graduated with a bachelor of arts in English from the University of Colgate. Later in 1974, he joined the University of Columbia and earned a master of science in Journalism.
Michael Hiltzik Salary
He receives an annual salary of $89,300, according to Los Angeles Times anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Michael Hiltzik Net Worth
He earns an estimated net worth of $2 million.
Michael Hiltzik Career
Michael serves for Los Angeles as a columnist presently. In 1981, Michael initially joined as a financial writer for the times. He has served in various positions including as a financial staff writer, editor, and columnist.
Moscow correspondent, Nairobi bureau chief, and financial correspondent since then. Michael has also written columns about business and economic issues on the US West Coast furthermore.
He has also been awarded several awards including the Silver Gavel Award. And Gerald Loeb Award, and also from the Overseas Press Club. For his work on East African reporting got citations during his career as a columnist.
Michael along with Chuck Philips was the recipient of the Pulitzer Prize for providing coverage of bribes and corruption in the music industry furthermore, in 1999.