Walter S. Mossberg (born March 27, 1947) is an American journalist who was, until January 2014, the principal technology columnist for The Wall Street Journal. Dow Jones announced on September 19, 2013, that Mossberg would leave The Wall Street Journal as part of the breakup with AllThingsD by the end of the year. Along with other reporters from AllThingsD, Mossberg started a new media site called Re/code in 2014.
Mossberg, a native of Warwick, Rhode Island, is a graduate of Brandeis University and the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism. He is Jewish.
Mossberg was a reporter and editor at The Wall Street Journal from 1970 until the end of 2013. He was based in the Journal's Washington, D.C., office, where he spent 18 years covering national and international affairs before turning his attention to technology. His Personal Technology column appeared every Thursday from 1991 through 2013. He also edited the Digital Solution column each Wednesday (authored by his colleague, Katherine Boehret), and wrote the Mossberg's Mailbox column on Thursdays. He appears weekly on the Fox Business Network, and in web video reports, and formerly provided commentary in a segment on PC World's Digital Duo, a computer program airing on PBS stations...
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