Tagged: New York Times

Steiger receives SABEW award

Steiger receives SABEW award

Paul Steiger, The Wall Street Journal’s longest-serving managing editor, will receive the 2007 Distinguished Achievement Award from the Society of American Business Editors and Writers at its 44th annual conference in Anaheim, Calif., May...

Unemployment coverage is lacking

Unemployment coverage is lacking

Les Russ, writing on the Watching the Watchers web site, wants to know how the business media can write so positively about the recent unemployment statistics from the Bureau of Labor Statistics when they...

Portfolio writer plans libel lawsuit

Portfolio writer plans libel lawsuit

Kurt Eichenwald, the former New York Times investigative business reporter who now works at Conde Nast’s soon-to-be-launched Portfolio magazine, is planning a libel lawsuit against another journalist, reports Janet Whitman of the New York...

Florida paper cuts stock listings

Florida paper cuts stock listings

The Ocala Star-Banner, which is owned by the New York Times, will cut its printed stock listings during the week, according to executive editor Robyn Tomlin’s Sunday column. Tomlin wrote, “On Tuesday, readers of...

When biz journalists anoint kings

When biz journalists anoint kings

It’s a dangerous business for business journalists to be naming kings, points out TheDeal.com executive editor Yvette Kantrow in her latest column. Kantrow wrote, “Just ask BusinessWeek. In 1985, the magazine crowned Salomon Brothers...