Tagged: Markets coverage

Barron's on the rebound

Barron's on the rebound

Forbes.com media writer Louis Hau takes a look at the business news media property at Dow Jones & Co. that is being virtually ignored during talks to sell the company. Barron’s has reported a...

Forbes is no longer the capitalist tool

Forbes is no longer the capitalist tool

TheDeal.com executive editor Yvette Kantrow is amused that Forbes magazine seems to have a problem with the money that two private equity firms will make in their deal to take retailer Neiman Marcus public. Kantrow...

Trouble with CNBC stock picking contest

Trouble with CNBC stock picking contest

Jonathan Berr writes on the BloggingStocks.com web site that there’s been some trouble with CNBC’s stock-picking contest that is now leading to an internal investigation that threatens to taint the business news cable network’s...

Critique of deal coverage overblown

Critique of deal coverage overblown

TheDeal.com executive editor Yvette Kantrow writes that a recent critique of merger and acquisition coverage by The Audit used examples to make its point that were weak. Kantrow wrote, “Indeed, The Audit’s evidence that...

Goods news vs. bad news

Goods news vs. bad news

Earl Maucker, the editor of The Sun-Sentinel in Fort Lauderdale, answered a reader’s questions in Sunday’s paper about whether it had placed stories about the Dow Jones Industrial Average reaching record highs in the...