Tagged: Writing tips

How to tell if a CEO is lying to you 1

How to tell if a CEO is lying to you

Kyle Stock of The Wall Street Journal reports about some Stanford University research that provides clues to whether a CEO is lying while speaking. Stock writes, “A pair of professors at Stanford recently tried...

Remembering auto writer Jerry Flint 0

Remembering auto writer Jerry Flint

Outgoing Forbes editor William Baldwin writes Monday about longtime Forbes auto writer Jerry Flint, who died this weekend at the age of 79 after suffering a stroke. Baldwin writes, “One of his notions was...

Events and motivations in reporting 0

Events and motivations in reporting

CNBC.com managing editor Allen Wastler warns business journalists against linking events with motivations when reporting. Wastler writes, “Case in point: Suggestions that BP Chief Executive Tony Hayward is being pulled out of day-to-day Gulf...

Covering banking investigations 0

Covering banking investigations

Stephen Engelberg from ProPublica offers some advice about covering a bank that is being investigated by authorities. Engelberg writes, “To be fair, this is honest journalistic labor. I’ve done it as a reporter in...