Mark Landler has been a correspondent in the Washington bureau of The New York Times since August 2008, covering the shifting global economic landscape and how the U.S. responds to it. He came to that position after a decade overseas, as the paper's Hong Kong bureau chief from March 1998 to April 2002, and as the European economic correspondent, based in Frankfurt, Germany, beginning in July 2002. He previously served as a reporter on the business and financial desk, covering media and telecommunications, starting in March 1995.
Mr. Landler began his career at The Times as a news assistant from June 1987 to December 1989. He then left the newspaper to become media editor at Business Week magazine, returning to The Times in 1995. He began his career as an intern at The Los Angeles Times's Washington bureau from September 1986 to December 1987.
In 1998 Mr. Landler completed a Reuters Fellowship at Oxford University.
Born in Stuttgart, Germany, Mr. Landler received a B.S. degree in international affairs in 1987 from Georgetown University. He and his wife, Angela Tung, have a daughter.