Tagged: Economics reporting

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The collapsing CNBC set

David Graham of The Atlantic posts about how a CNBC set fell on economic adviser Glenn Hubbard on Wednesday while he was being interviewed on the air. Graham writes, “Hubbard was on CNBC to...

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The Fed (slightly) changes policy

Well, Wednesday was Fed Day, sending most other business news to the back sections and off the home pages. There were a few interesting things to come out of the statement, and the markets...

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OC Register hires economy reporter

Economy reporter Margot Roosevelt is the latest addition to the Orange County Register’s business staff. Eric Morgan of The Register writes, “‘I’m excited to join the Register, one of the most dynamic newspapers in...

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Top econ reporters on Twitter

Bonnie Kavoussi of The Huffington Post lists the top 32 economics reporters to follow on Twitter. She writes, “We can’t blame you for finding the economy complicated. Thankfully, there are good economics reporters available...

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More bad economic news

The economy is getting better. The government says so. But don’t break out the champagne yet. There are several factors that can drag it down. Here’s the Wall Street Journal take: The U.S. economy...

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Money fund regulations

One of the biggest surprises to come out of the financial crisis was the so-called “breaking of the buck,” or when a few large money market funds (mutual funds for cash) dropped below a...

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WSJ.com launches Seib & Wessel

The Wall Street Journal launched Tuesday a new page on WSJ.com, Seib & Wessel, showcasing the journalism of Gerald F. Seib and David Wessel, two of the Journal’s most senior Washington journalists. The page...