Bow works as deputy chief in The Wall Street Journal’s corporate news bureau. He previously served as a news editor in the Journal’s technology bureau and spot news editor for Dow Jones Newswires.
Before joining the Journal in 2017, Bow was business editor at the Cincinnati Enquirer, where during his four-year tenure he also worked as a reporter and earned an M.B.A. from Miami (OH) University. He has worked as a reporter at the Times of Northwest Indiana, South Florida Sun-Sentinel, Detroit Free Press, Crain’s Detroit Business, and Automotive News, where he has covered topics including the U.S. steel industry, real estate, economic development, and local crime.
He has received multiple regional awards for his reporting from the Society of Professional Journalists among other commendations. He worked as an editor on the Journal’s Tulsa Race Massacre project, which was a 2022 finalist for the Pulitzer Prize in Explanatory Reporting.