Washington Post tech reporter Greene set to depart
Jay Greene, technology reporter at The Washington Post, will be leaving.
At the Post, Greene covered technology in Seattle, including Amazon and Microsoft.
He previously reported for The Wall Street Journal, where he covered Microsoft, Oracle, and cloud-computing businesses such as Amazon Web Services. He also spent ten years as BusinessWeek’s Seattle bureau chief and worked as a business reporter at The Seattle Times, covering Microsoft and Amazon.com.
He also served as a senior writer and investigative reporter at CNET.
He was also a business reporter at The Orange County Register, The Plain Dealer, Los Angeles Daily News and The Press-Enterprise. He has also reported for Variety.
Greene is also the author of “Design Is How It Works: How the Smartest Companies Turn Products into Icons” and has won several national awards including a 2021 Sidney Award for outstanding investigative journalism from the Sidney Hillman Foundation and the Best In Business Award for Explanatory Journalism from the Society of American Business Editors and Writers.