Tagged: Reporting tips

Nice story from an S-4

Nice story from an S-4

For those of you who have heard me lecture about finding stories in SEC filings, you know that one of my biggest pet peeves in business journalism is the fact that reporters don’t look...

Employee benefits

Employee benefits

One of the stories that I like to see being written in business sections around this time of the year is an annual story about the rising cost of health care. Many companies that...

Largest public companies by state

Largest public companies by state

I regularly get asked by business reporters about how to find the largest public companies in their state. Unless they have a Bloomberg terminal in their newsroom, I haven’t had any other suggestions on...

Ten tips for business reporters

Ten tips for business reporters

A journalism professor at the University of South California has come up with a list of 10 tips to better business reporting. I am providing a link to them here on the International Women’s...

Great online business journalism

Great online business journalism

Jeremy Caplan is a New York-based reporter for Time magazine. He has worked as Associate Editor at Time Magazine for Kids and at The Paris Review, Newsweek, and Yahoo! Internet Life reporting and writing...

Investigative business reporting

Investigative business reporting

Chip Scanlan, the writing coach at the Poynter Institute, recently conducted an interview with investigations editor Mark Maremont of the Wall Street Journal about a front-page story he wrote on CEOs using corporate jets...

Reporting on the Fed

Reporting on the Fed

I spent some time on Monday talking to reporters and editors who follow the Federal Reserve about the new chairman Ben Bernanke and how he will differ in his dealings with the media compared...

COMING TOMORROW!!!

COMING TOMORROW!!!

What some prominent Federal Reserve reporters think about the nomination of Bernanke to be the next Fed chairman and how they think their beat will change.