David Cho

Washington, D.C.

Business editor

Education: Yale University, BA; Columbia Graduate School of Journalism, MA, with honors; Columbia Business School, MBA, with honors; Columbia School of International and Public Affairs, MIA; Juilliard School of Music, pre-college division for piano

David first took on editing in 2010, leading coverage of the robo-signing scandal during the mortgage crisis and managing award-winning projects on the troubling ways tech companies obtain materials to make lithium batteries and a series on compromised medical research, which won a George Polk Award. He also edited parts of The Post's work on the Snowden documents, which won the Pulitzer Prize for Public Service. Before becoming an editor, David was one of the Post's lead writers of the 2008 financial crisis, revealing the government’s rescue of Lehman Brothers and the payment of bonuses to m
Latest from David Cho

Meet the new Model 3 from Tesla

Is this the start of the electric car revolution?

April 1, 2016

Not a techie? This is the Apple Watch review you’ve been looking for.

On Friday, Best Buy will start selling the Apple Watch -- arguably the device's biggest mass-market test to date. So here's a look at the Apple Watch as reviewed by normal people.

August 6, 2015

'The Whole World Started Running Inside'

Forty-five minutes before closing. A suburban shopping center parking lot, still busy, still flooded with light. Still ordinary. Until a single crack in the night. In that single moment, the Seven Cor...

October 15, 2002