NAREE names annual real estate journalism award winners

The National Association of Real Estate Editors (NAREE) announced the winners of its 73rd Annual Journalism Awards today. This prestigious competition recognizes excellence in reporting, writing, and editing stories about residential and commercial real estate. The awards were announced at NAREE’s annual conference held in Las Vegas at the Caesars Palace hotel. A panel of […]

Economist journalists win Elliott Prize

Sue-Lin Wong and David Rennie are the 2023 winners of the Osborn Elliott Prize for Excellence in Journalism on Asia from the Asia Society for their coverage of China in The Economist. The Oz Prize is awarded by an independent jury, which said in making the award: “We are pleased to award the 2023 Osborn Elliott Prize […]

SABEW Canada names Best in Business finalists

The Canadian chapter of the Society for Advancing Business Editing and Writing announced Friday the finalists for its ninth annual Best in Business Awards competition, recognizing outstanding business reporting published and produced in 2022. SABEW received a record number of entries – nearly 200 in total – beating its own best-ever count from last year. […]

Wired, NBC, Washington Post win Deadline Club awards in biz journalism

Here are the winners of the Deadline Club’s business journalism awards:  Business Feature Andy Greenberg, “The Crypto Trap: Inside the Bitcoin Bust That Took Down the Web’s Biggest Child Abuse Site” Wired Magazine Unfolding like a thriller, Andy Greenberg’s crackling writing kept us hooked from the first sentence to the last, taking us along on a […]

Oregonian’s Rogoway wins National Headliner Award for biz coverage

Mike Rogoway of The Oregonian in Portland has won the National Headliner Award for best business news coverage or commentary for “The Data Center Next Door.” The judges wrote, “In ‘The Data Center Next Door,’ reporter Mike Rogoway and The Oregonian look at what happens when the world’s biggest and richest companies come to rural […]

WSJ wins Pulitzer for investigative reporting

The Wall Street Journal has won the Pulitzer Prize for investigative reporting. The prize was awarded to the staff of The Journal for accountability reporting on financial conflicts of interest among officials at 50 federal agencies that revealed officials who traded stocks they regulated and other ethical violations. Journal reporters Rebecca Ballhaus, Brody Mullins, John […]

WERT Global Prize seeks entries

The WERT Global Prize honors excellence in business journalism by a woman for work that fosters a greater understanding of global business and economics. In honor of the 45th anniversary of the Women’s Economic Round Table, we are excited to announce that the 2023 recipient of the WERT Global Prize will receive $4,500, up from […]

WSJ’s Heeb receives Wiegold Prize

Gina Heeb has been selected for the Frederic Wiegold Prize for Business Journalism by the Craig Newmark Graduate School of Journalism at CUNY. Heeb is a rising star in business journalism who works on the banking team at The Wall Street Journal. She is receiving a prize that honors the late Frederic Wiegold, former Bloomberg […]

Leckey receives SABEW’s President’s Award

Andrew Leckey, a business journalist, author, educator and longtime member of SABEW’s board of governors, received the Society for Advancing Business Editing and Writing President’s Award at its annual conference last week in St. Petersburg, Florida. Leckey was honored for his tireless efforts to promote international goals for SABEW; for actively recruiting new business journalism […]

Deadline club names finalists in biz reporting categories

The finalists that were selected from the entries to the Deadline Club’s 2023 Awards Contest in the business journalism categories are listed below. Winners will be announced at the Club’s annual Awards Dinner on Thursday, May 18, at the Harvard Club. Business Feature Bustle “Last Girlboss Standing” Courtney Rubin, Kat Stoeffel, Charlotte Owen Fortune “Private […]