Mike Isaac

San Francisco, CA Word arranger.

I'm a technology reporter for The New York Times covering startups, e-commerce and venture capital. Before this gig, I was a Senior Editor at Re/code covering the social web and its biggest players, including Facebook, Twitter and Google. In the past, I was a staff writer at WIRED where, among many other things, I spent most of my time writing about Google's mobile and social efforts. From 2010 to 2012, my coverage at WIRED included the decline and fall of HP's mobile empire, Google's surprise acquisition of Motorola Mobility and Facebook's steady trudge towards IPO-hood. And previous to all of that, I wrote on the business of tech for Forbes magazine and Forbes.com, with a particular emphasis on startups and social. My work has also appeared in Paste Magazine, Performer Magazine, DNR Magazine and The Washington Examiner.