Tech reporter Gage leaves WSJ
Deborah Gage, a tech reporter at The Wall Street Journal for the past six years, has left the paper.
She writes, “Wednesday was my last day at The Wall Street Journal, as I too am moving on to try something new. In all these years of tech reporting, not a day has passed when I haven’t met someone interesting or learned something new. I feel privileged to have had a front-row seat on one of the most fascinating industries in the world.”
Gage has also been a senior writer at Baseline magazine and a tech reporter at the San Francisco Chronicle. At the Chronicle, she covered venture capital, cybersecurity and clean tech.
Gage broke stories on software bugs turning up in digital picture frames, and stolen information turning up in Google searches.
She’s a Minnesota State University graduate.