Reporter who covered technology and business Education: University of Missouri, MA in Investigative Reporting; University of Missouri, BA in Political Science
Miranda Moore was a reporting intern covering technology and business. She joined The Washington Post in June 2018 after graduating from the University of Missouri School of Journalism. Moore previously worked for BuzzFeed News Investigations and the Washington bureau of CBS News/"60 Minutes."
Before becoming a journalist, Moore worked as a paralegal in the Justice Department's office for prosecuting human rights violators and served in the Peace Corps in post-conflict Uganda. She left The Post in August 2018.
Fax machines may present a vulnerability in organizations' networks that allows hackers to infiltrate via devices that are connected to both phone lines and the Internet, according to a report from Israel-based security company Check Point.
Papa John's chief executive Steve Ritchie blamed the company's poor sales performance on founder John Schnatter in a call with analysts Tuesday. Same-store sales were down 6.1 percent for the quarter and 10.5 percent for the month of July.
Parents should expect to pay more for Pampers-brand diapers over the next year, Proctor & Gamble announced on Tuesday. The company will also raise prices on Charmin, Bounty and Puffs household paper products.
Papa John's founder John Schnatter is suing his namesake pizza company for documents leading up to his ouster as chair of the board earlier this month following reports that he used a racial slur during a conference call in May.
An employee at the California Department of Motor Vehicles slept on the job for at least three hours a day for nearly four years, costing the state the equivalent of more than $40,000 in wages. The employee — and her bosses — still have their jobs.
Nestle lost a more than decade long legal battle in Europe to trademark the distinctive four-finger shape of its Kit Kat chocolate bar, opening up the opportunity for competitors to market similarly shaped bars throughout the European Union.
A team of 45 students from a university in Germany won competition to build a prototype Hyperloop pod at SpaceX headquarters in Hawthorne, California. The winning pod reach a top speed of 290 miles per hour.