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Bandler says goodbye to WSJ 0

Bandler says goodbye to WSJ

James Bandler, who won a Pulitzer Prize at The Wall Street Journal reporting on the backdating of stock options, said goodbye to his colleagues on Wednesday as he is leaving for a job at...

AP story on Domino's earnings lacking meat 0

AP story on Domino's earnings lacking meat

TheStreet.com media critic Marek Fuchs writes Wednesday that an Associated Press story on Domino’s first-quarter earnings missed the bigger story at the pizza chain. Fuchs writes, “Look at this headline, which ran Tuesday night:...

Verbs and the stock market 0

Verbs and the stock market

Greg Saitz of The Star-Ledger in Newark writes Sunday about the different verbs that business journalists use to describe what happens in the stock market. Saitz writes, “There is a larger question, however, about...

FT writing is surprisingly good 0

FT writing is surprisingly good

Bill Powers of the National Journal writes Friday that he’s been extremely impressed with the quality of writing in The Financial Times since he regularly began reading months ago. Powers writes, “I had casually...

WSJ names publisher for new magazine 0

WSJ names publisher for new magazine

The Wall Street Journal named Ellen Asmodeo-Giglio to be the publisher of its new high-end lifestyle magazine, WSJ., which is scheduled to launch Sept. 6. Asmodeo-Giglio will oversee all of the advertising and marketing initiatives for WSJ....

Pulitzer winner disses biz journalists 0

Pulitzer winner disses biz journalists

Investor’s Business Daily editorial cartoonist Michael Ramirez won a Pulitzer Prize on Monday. It’s the first for the business newspaper. Ironically, his cartoon that ran in Monday’s paper was this: stories sex bhabhi eroticdildoes...

RIP stand-alone business section 0

RIP stand-alone business section

Elinore Longobardi of the Columbia Journalism Review writes Thursday about the death of the standalone business section and concludes that the papers that have cut are the ones that had thin business news coverage....