Jacob Bogage

Washington, D.C.

Business reporter

Education: University of Missouri, BA in history; University of Missouri, BA in journalism

Jacob Bogage writes about business and technology for The Washington Post, where he's worked since 2015. He's previously covered the automotive and manufacturing industries and wrote for the Sports section. He has previously reported for the Columbia Missourian, Columbia (Mo.) Daily Tribune, Bethesda Magazine and the Montgomery County Gazette. He is a Maryland native and a graduate of the University of Missouri.
Latest from Jacob Bogage

These are some of the notable companies laying off workers

The tech, mortgage and auto industries are among the hardest hit with layoffs going into 2023. Among the giant companies are Amazon, Meta and Twitter.

June 7, 2023

Labor dispute snarls West Coast ports; White House urged to step in

Major retail and manufacturing groups call on the White House to help broker a deal between dockworkers and port operators.

June 6, 2023

Emboldened shoppers threaten Target workers over Pride Month items

Some shoppers have become more emboldened to engage in confrontational, even threatening, behavior over polarizing social issues.

June 4, 2023

JPMorgan executives blame each other over keeping Epstein, depositions show

JPMorgan chair and CEO Jamie Dimon said in a deposition that the bank’s general counsel at the time was ultimately responsible for deciding whether to retain Jeffrey Epstein’s accounts.

May 31, 2023

Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes is reporting to prison. Here’s what to know.

A judge ordered Holmes, founder of the failed blood-testing startup Theranos, to begin serving her 11-year sentence for fraud and conspiracy on May 30.

May 30, 2023

JPMorgan kept Epstein as client for years after warnings, deposition shows

A deposition transcript obtained by The Post shows that JPMorgan executive Mary Erdoes repeatedly said she had been made aware of Jeffrey Epstein’s status as a sex offender but didn’t think it was her responsibility to remove him as a client.

May 26, 2023

More super rich names are coming up in the Jeffrey Epstein cases

The government of the U.S. Virgin Islands is suing JPMorgan Chase, alleging that the bank was complicit in funding Epstein’s long history of sex trafficking.

May 23, 2023

Deutsche Bank said to agree to $75 million settlement in Epstein case

Plaintiffs in a proposed class-action lawsuit accused the German bank of enabling the disgraced financier’s sex crimes.

May 18, 2023

Epstein-related subpoena for Musk can be served to Tesla, judge rules

Attorneys attempted to subpoena Musk in April but were unable to locate him.

May 17, 2023

130,000 Jeep Cherokees recalled because of fire risk

Drivers should park their vehicles, which were already subject to a 2015 recall for the same issue, outdoors and away from any structures, officials warned.

May 16, 2023