Aaron Gregg

Washington, D.C.

Business reporter

Education: Emory University, bachelors degree; Georgetown University, masters in public policy

Aaron Gregg is a business reporter for the Washington Post. He joined The Post in 2014 through an investigative reporting partnership with American University. His past coverage has included corporate accountability investigations, the defense industry, cybersecurity and local business. He is from the Atlanta area but calls D.C. home.
Latest from Aaron Gregg

3M to pay $6B to settle hearing-loss lawsuits over military earplugs

For years, the industrial giant has faced hearing-loss complaints brought by veterans.

August 29, 2023

These are some of the notable companies laying off workers

The tech, mortgage and auto industries are among the hardest hit with layoffs going into 2023. Among the giant companies are Amazon, Meta and Twitter.

August 24, 2023

Domino’s pulls out of Russia 18 months after Ukraine invasion

The Domino’s franchisee for Europe and Asia said it will file for bankruptcy in Russia, where it has more than 100 restaurants

August 21, 2023

    What home buyers need to know about soaring mortgage rates

    Mortgage rates just hit a 20 year high. Here’s how they’re set and what you can do in your home search.

    August 18, 2023

    Mortgage rates surge to highest in more than two decades

    Over the past 18 months, mortgage rates have more than doubled as the Federal Reserve has repeatedly increased interest rates to fight inflation.

    August 17, 2023

    After conservatives’ Target boycott, Stephen Miller group sues over losses

    The lawsuit against Target signals a new tactic for America First Legal, a legal group headed by former Trump adviser Stephen Miller.

    August 14, 2023

    E.U. investigates Microsoft Office, Teams tie-up on antitrust grounds

    The European Union's competition enforcement body is investigating whether bundling the two products presents an antitrust concern.

    July 27, 2023

    JPMorgan kept ties to Epstein until a few months before his death, court filing says

    The U.S. Virgin Islands alleges the bank took referrals from the disgraced financier “right up until his arrest in 2019.”

    July 25, 2023

    Booz Allen Hamilton to pay $377 million for false charges to U.S. government

    Justice Dept. settles lawsuit against Booz Allen for $377 million in civil case after investigation finds the defense contractor overcharged federal agencies.

    July 21, 2023

    Fed fines Deutsche Bank $186 million in money-laundering scandal

    The bank was faulted for failing to put in place anti-money-laundering controls in relation to an Estonian bank branch.

    July 20, 2023