Tagged: Personal finance coverage

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Personal finance reporting can be funny

Brian O’Connor is the syndicated Funny Money columnist from The Detroit News, a Knight-Bagehot fellow from the class of 2001, founding managing editor of Bankrate.com and author of the new humorous personal finance book,...

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WSJ seeks credit reporter in NYC

The Wall Street Journal¹s Personal Finance bureau is seeking a New York-based reporter to cover consumer credit and banking. The natural candidate will be able to jump from big trend stories to news scoops...

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Behind the scenes of WSJ. Money

The third issue of WSJ Money, the Wall Street Journal‘s upscale personal finance magazine, appears Saturday as an insert in the business newspaper. The magazine focuses on investing issues for the high-net worth crowd,...

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Our job is to demystify and explain

Suzanne McGee, who has begun writing a column for The Guardian’s U.S. business section, writes about what business journalists should be doing in their work. McGee writes, “Only a minority of those who write...