Tagged: Markets coverage

The conflict that is CNBC 0

The conflict that is CNBC

Gabriel Winant of Salon writes what he perceives to be the inherent conflict at CNBC after a day of watching the business news network. Wisnant writes, “What I found was a paradox at the...

Bad news can affect judgment 0

Bad news can affect judgment

Eric Torbenson and Brendan Case of the Dallas Morning News write Monday about how all of the bad news about the economy can affect investors psychologically. Torbenson and Case write, “You can’t blame the...

Examining biz media's role 0

Examining biz media's role

David Folkenflik, the media correspondent for National Public Radio, takes a look at whether the business news media did a good job of warning consumers about the economic crisis before it happened. Folkenflik writes,...

Financial journalism and its critics 0

Financial journalism and its critics

Robert Teitelman, editor in chief of The Deal, responds Thursday to critics who blame business journalism for the current economic debacle. Teitelman writes, “Why, among all other journalists, are financial reporters expected to accurately...

Jon Stewart slams CNBC 2

Jon Stewart slams CNBC

“The Daily Show” host Jon Stewart, whose interview with CNBC reporter Rick Santelli was cancelled, used the time instead to slam the business news network, reports Julie Satow of The Huffington Post. Satow reports,...

Biz journalists were not to blame 0

Biz journalists were not to blame

Duff McDonald, a contributing writer at New York and Conde Nast Portfolio, writes Wednesday for Slate that when it comes to doling out blame for the current economic crisis, business journalists should be way...

Ritholtz book to be published by John Wiley 0

Ritholtz book to be published by John Wiley

Barry Ritholtz‘s book “Bailout Nation,” which McGraw-Hill apparently shunned because it criticized subsidiary Standard & Poor’s, will now be published by John Wiley & Sons, reports Leon Neyfakh  of the New York Observer. Neyfakh...