Tagged: Ethics

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So Facebook is now Reg FD compliant?

If you’re a business journalist, you likely know about Reg FD (Fair Disclosure), the rule that publicly traded companies must make material announcements in a manner accessible to most investors. But is Facebook public?...

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Churn and tech journalism

John Biggs of TechCrunch has a great read about how churning out content is affecting tech journalism. Bigss writes, “The problem comes when that churn, that endless wave of news, crests over our abilities...

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CNBC and the “Rise Above” campaign

Ryan Chittum of Columbia Journalism Review is critical of CNBC’s “Rise Above” campaign, which he argues is mere political posturing. Chittum writes, “So it is with CNBC’s ‘Rise Above’ crusade, which has blanketed its...

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Just be transparent about it

A growing trend in journalism revolves around branded or sponsored content — individuals or companies pay to place their editorial creations alongside the “real” journalism. It’s not new; advertorials have been around for a...

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FT is most ethical British paper

According to research conducted by the Carnegie Trust and Demos, the Financial Times is considered to be the most ethical UK newspaper. The study, which surveyed a representative sample of 2000 adults across the...

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Forbes content to appear in ads

Charlie Warzel of AdWeek reports that Forbes content will appear in ads for blue-chip companies as part of a deal with Martini Media. Warzel writes, “The ads will let the marketer surround their own...