Author: Chris Roush

The curse of the business press

The curse of the business press

Paul Brown of the New York Times writes Saturday that executives who are called the “best manager” or the “best performing” in the business media often see their stock price fall, according to a...

WSJ.com adds first video podcast

WSJ.com adds first video podcast

The Wall Street Journal Online announced the launch of a new video podcast called “Andy Jordan’s Tech Diary.” In a regular video segment that can be viewed free here, WSJ.com technology reporter Andy Jordan chronicles...

One business story = $55 million

One business story = $55 million

Tom Foremski writes on the ZDNet web site that in today’s times when journalism is under attack, it’s still easy to measure the importance — and value — of business reporting. Foremski wrote, “Let...

Impoco headed back to NY Times?

Impoco headed back to NY Times?

The Gawker web site reports that New York Times business editor Larry Ingrassia is trying to bring back former biz desk staffer Jim Impoco, who was fired last week as deputy editor of Conde...

SF Chronicle's anti-union headline

SF Chronicle's anti-union headline

Randy Shaw writes on the BeyondChron blog that the San Francisco Chronicle’s Aug. 14 Business section headline, “Union rejected at papers,â€? had a decidedly anti-union tone. Shaw wrote, “A reader would logically conclude that...