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Erin Griffith is a New York Times journalist based in the San Francisco bureau, where she reports on technology start-ups and venture capital.
Before joining The Times she worked as a senior writer at Wired and Fortune, reporting on topics ranging from self-driving cars and social media to SoftBank and start-up unicorns. Her Fortune column, “Boom with a View” won an honorable mention from the Society for Advancing Business Editing and Writing.
Previously she covered digital advertising for Adweek, start-ups for Pando, private equity for peHUB.com, and mergers and acquisitions for Mergermarket.
— Source: New York Times' website