The BRAKE Report Names David Kiley Chief Of Content

LOUISVILLE, Ky.–The BRAKE Report today named David Kiley Chief of Content, replacing Ben Nussbaum who has left the company to pursue a business opportunity.

Kiley is an award-winning business journalist and author, having covered the auto industry for USA Today, Businessweek, AOL/Huffington Post, as well as written articles for Automobile and Popular Mechanics. Kiley is also the author of Getting The Bugs Out: The Rise, Fall and Comeback of Volkswagen in America and Driven: Inside BMW: The Most Admired Car Company in the World. Kiley is also a two-time President of the International Motor Press Association.

“The Brake Report is going to undergo expansion and growth to include greater content, industry coverage and events, and David Kiley has experience across the board in content and brand strategy that will serve The Brake Report well,” said publisher Brian Hagman.

Besides automotive, Kiley is well-published covering technology, mobility, financial services and more, and has produced and directed video content and award programs connected to innovation and tech education. “I am very pleased to lead the content strategy for The Brake Report, which has become the online must-read for this vital technology that touches all modes of transportation and mobility,” said Kiley.  “The technology for mobility is moving fast, and the impact on our lives is going to be profound, and we figure to keep up with the brake industry every step of the way.”

About The BRAKE Report:

The BRAKE Report is the voice of the brake industry. Founded in 2012 by Brian Hagman, it connects brake professionals around the world through the latest news, interviews, company profiles, and more. It is the go-to resource for brake industry executives and professionals around the world.

Contact: David Kiley; [email protected]; 734-276-7183

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David Kiley is Chief of Content for The BRAKE Report. Kiley is an award-winning business journalist and author, having covered the auto industry for USA Today, Businessweek, AOL/Huffington Post, as well as written articles for Automobile and Popular Mechanics.