Reporter focused on technology coverage in the Pacific Northwest Education: Macalester College, BA in English; Columbia University, MS in Journalism Jay Greene is a reporter for The Washington Post who is focused on technology coverage in the Pacific Northwest. Before joining The Post, Greene was a reporter at the Wall Street Journal, covering Microsoft and the cloud-computing businesses of Amazon and Google. He spent 10 years as the Seattle bureau chief for BusinessWeek and has covered Amazon and Microsoft for the Seattle Times. He also wrote "Design Is How It Works," a book on design and innovation. Honors & Awards:
McGraw Fellowship at City University of New York, Graduate School of Journalism
US-Japan Journalism Fellow at Japan Center for International Exchange
Immigration Journalism Fellowship at French-American Foundation
Best in Business Award for Explanatory Journalism from the Society of American Business Editors and Writers
Books by Jay Greene:
Design Is How It Works: How the Smartest Companies Turn Products into Icons
During Congressional testimony, the Amazon chief executive said the company is investigating allegations it used data unfairly to target markets where third-party sellers were successfully selling products.
In written testimony, Amazon's founder and chief executive offers a folksy take on the e-commerce giant's origins, while citing the “strikingly large and extraordinarily competitive” global retail market.