Remembering Dave Morrow

Josh Dawsey, a senior at the University of South Carolina, was the inaugural recipient of the David Morrow Scholarship for Business Journalism, named after the former editor in chief of TheStreet.com. He received the award earlier this month at the Society of American Business Editors and Writers‘ annual conference in Indianapolis Dawsey writes about Morrow, […]

Former North Carolina biz editor dies

Tom Bost, the former business editor of The Sentinel in Winston-Salem, N.C., died recently at the age of 89. Paul Garber of The Winston-Salem Journal writes, “Bost earned a journalism degree from UNC Chapel Hill in 1944. Before joining the Journal in 1953, he had been a reporter for the Greensboro Daily News and also […]

Remembering Matt Walcoff of Bloomberg News

Luisa D’Amato, a columnist at The Record in Kitchener, Ontario, writes about Bloomberg News reporter Matt Walcoff, who died unexpectedly earlier this month and had worked at the paper. D’Amato writes, “Matt was in his late 30s, but he easily could have been 10 years younger or older. He was a brilliant journalist with a […]

Bloomberg reporter in Toronto dies

Bloomberg News editor in chief Matthew Winkler sent out the following to the staff on Wednesday: It is with much sadness that we tell you of the passing yesterday of our friend and colleague Matt Walcoff. Matt joined Bloomberg in 2009 as a reporter in the Toronto bureau and truly exemplified the Bloomberg spirit. He […]

From financial futures to front-page features

John Bussey of The Wall Street Journal remembers how The Journal’s Jeff Zaslow, who died last week, made the transition from covering business news to other topics. Bussey writes, “Hello, I’m here on behalf of Jeff’s many friends at the Wall Street Journal. “I met Jeff on my first day with the Journal in the […]

Columnist group names scholarship after WSJ’s Zaslow

Columnists, indeed journalists and all of America, lost a strong voice with the death on Feb. 10 of Jeffrey Zaslow, best-selling author and “Moving On” columnist of The Wall Street Journal. The National Society of Newspaper Columnists Education Foundation now honors Zaslow by naming its scholarship program after him. The Jeff Zaslow College Columnist Award […]

Remembering Jeffrey Zaslow

Kelsey Hubbard spoke to Wall Street Journal deputy managing editor Mike Miller about the beloved journalist Jeffrey Zaslow, whose work touched and inspired millions of people around the world. Zaslow died Friday in a car accident in Michigan.

WSJ reporter Zaslow dies in crash

Wall Street Journal reporter Jeffrey Zaslow, who wrote some of the paper’s most memorable front-page features and became a best-selling author, died in a car crash Friday morning at age 53. A story on the Journal website states, “Mr. Zaslow was a Journal reporter from 1983 to 1987 when his career took a remarkable turn. […]

Remembering Danny Pearl

Daniel Pearl, a Wall Street Journal reporter, was killed 10 years ago this week in Pakistan while he was the South Asia bureau chief of the paper. If you do not know who he was, spend some time reading these articles and listen to this recording. I met Danny once, when he worked in Atlanta […]