Tomio Geron

Writer in San Francisco, California

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Tomio is a reporter at The Wall Street Journal in San Francisco covering startups, venture capital and technology.

Previously he was a staff reporter at Forbes magazine where he covered technology and venture capital, including the on-demand economy. He also edited the Midas List of top technology investors.

He was also a reporter at Dow Jones/ where he received a Clabby Award for his coverage of funds created for pre-IPO shares of Facebook and Twitter. He also wrote about the fallout of Lehman Brothers in the tech industry, auctions for tech companies, and the rise of seed investors and incubators.

He has written for newspapers on topics including crime, health, immigration and cities. He also worked at startup Exitround.