Julie Cohn

Julie Cohn

Julie Cohn is a freelance journalist who has covered technology, startups, finance and foreign affairs for such publications as the Council on Foreign Relations, The New York Times and The Daily. Cohn splits her time between Palo Alto, Calif., and New York City.

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