Business Technology Reporter, The Wall Street Journal - CA / WA
The Wall Street Journal seeks an experienced and innovative journalist to cover the technology and technology companies that are changing business.
The rise of new tools and business models like machine learning, cloud-computing, and subscription-based software is reshaping not only the multitrillion-dollar IT sector but other industries, from aerospace to agriculture.
This reporter will find distinctive stories that illuminate these changes and the companies and personalities driving them. At the core of this coverage are a handful of important companies, chiefly Microsoft, Oracle and Salesforce.
We are looking for someone capable of dominating coverage of them -- breaking important scoops of fact and also conceiving and executing agenda-setting enterprise pieces. Knowledge of the subject matter is a bonus though not required.
There is a strong preference for the role to be based in San Francisco, but it could potentially be based in Seattle for the right candidate.
This reporter will report to the San Francisco-based technology editor.
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