Reporter covering corporate accountability Education: Vanderbilt University, BA in English ; Columbia University, MA in journalism
Doug MacMillan is a corporate accountability reporter for The Washington Post. He joined The Post in 2019, after covering technology companies from the San Francisco bureaus of the Wall Street Journal and Bloomberg News for nearly 10 years.
His reporting shed light on a Google privacy lapse that top executives tried to cover up and an Uber car-leasing program that jeopardized the physical safety of drivers and passengers.
Honors & Awards:
Knight-Bagehot Fellow for Business Journalism at Columbia University
American Airlines executives said Friday morning that they expect the continued ground of its Boeing 737 Max fleet to cost the company $350 million in 2019 income. The grounding as well as other factors cost the Southwest Airlines more than $200 million in revenue.