Shannon Bond Shannon Bond is a business correspondent at NPR, covering technology and how Silicon Valley's biggest companies are transforming how we live, work and communicate.
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Shannon Bond

Tech Correspondent

Shannon Bond is a business correspondent at NPR, covering technology and how Silicon Valley's biggest companies are transforming how we live, work and communicate.

Bond joined NPR in September 2019. She previously spent 11 years as a reporter and editor at the Financial Times in New York and San Francisco. At the FT, she covered subjects ranging from the media, beverage and tobacco industries to the Occupy Wall Street protests, student debt, New York City politics and emerging markets. She also co-hosted the FT's award-winning podcast, Alphachat, about business and economics.

Bond has a master's degree in journalism from Northwestern University's Medill School and a bachelor's degree in psychology and religion from Columbia University. She grew up in Washington, D.C., but is enjoying life as a transplant to the West Coast.

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The U.S. government is letting American businesses work with Chinese tech giant Huawei for three more months, in a third delay to a ban enacted in May for national security reasons. Stefan Wermuth/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Unless Deadline Is Extended, U.S. Firms Must Stop Working With Huawei

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Apple Bans Vaping-Related Apps

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News Brief: Impeachment Hearings, Stephen Miller Emails, Google Health Data

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Google Health Data Project Under Scrutiny

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Uber Drivers Protest Rejection Of Labor Law That Would Extend Protections To Millions

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News Brief: Russia Director Out At NSC, Twitter Bans Political Ads, PG&E

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Twitter will stop running political ads, CEO Jack Dorsey announced Wednesday. Online political ads pose "significant risks to politics," he tweeted. Denis Charlet/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Twitter To Halt Political Ads, In Contrast To Facebook

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Facebook said the influence campaigns targeting people in eight African countries were connected to a Russian businessman tied to meddling in the 2016 U.S. presidential election. Josh Edelson/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Facebook Feels Pressure On Political Ad Policy

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Facebook CEO Zuckerberg Faces Lawmakers' Questions On Digital Currency And More

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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg appears before the House Financial Services Committee on Wednesday. He faces questions about the company's influence. Mandel Ngan/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Mark Zuckerberg Offers A Choice: The Facebook Way Or The China Way

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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg says protecting the social network from manipulation is one of his top priorities. Andrew Caballero-Reynolds/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg Discusses Free Speech With Georgetown Students

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