Paul Waldie joined the Globe in 1995 and has covered business, sports, news and just about everything in between. He has won three National Newspaper Awards, in the business category, has been nominated in the breaking news and explanatory categories, and has also been nominated for a Michener award. He has traveled the world for The Globe, covering the earthquake in Haiti, the Olympics in London, Vancouver and Sochi, the first season of the Winnipeg Jets, the Bre-X scandal, the Conrad Black saga and the collapse of Lehman Brothers. He wrote a best-selling book on the McCain family and won an award for magazine writing. Paul was most recently the Globe’s European Bureau Chief, where he covered a range of stories from the birth of the royal baby to the crisis in Ukraine. In April he was named Editor of the Report on Business.