Tagged: Writing tips

Business news that's fit to print 0

Business news that's fit to print

Andrew Ross Sorkin of The New York Times was answering questions from readers this past week, including this one about when business journalists decide ro go with information. Q. How do you know the...

The language of business journalism 0

The language of business journalism

Elinore Longobardi of Columbia Journalism Review writes in the latest issue about how “subprime” lending became more common than “predatory” lending in the business press and what it means for future coverage. Longobardi writes,...

The art of the CEO interview 0

The art of the CEO interview

Jon Friedman of Marketwatch.com has a nice interview with financial journalist Duff McDonald about his new book, “Last Man Standing,” about J.P. Morgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon. What’s most intriguing is how McDonald got...

Black, white and shades of gray 0

Black, white and shades of gray

Damien Hoffman of Wall St. Cheat Sheet interviewed Fox Business Network anchor Liz Claman about her career and how she has covered the markets and companies during the current economic crisis. Here is an...

The blogging world of Felix Salmon 1

The blogging world of Felix Salmon

Marion Maneker of The Big Money examines the influence of Reuters financial blogger Felix Salmon, previously of Portfolio.com. Maneker writes, “In hiring Salmon, Reuters, one of the original one-way communications systems, has acknowledged the...

Anglicizing the Wall Street Journal 0

Anglicizing the Wall Street Journal

James Ledbetter of The Big Money takes issue with the increasing number of English phrases he’s finding in The Wall Street Journal. Ledbetter writes, “Global ownership of media is not intrinsically bad, which is...

Good biz journalism on Sesame Street 0

Good biz journalism on Sesame Street

Ryan Chittum of the Columbia Journalism Review likes how the PBS show “Sesame Street” explained how the current economic turmoil has affected families. Chittum writes, “I only saw the last forty minutes or so...