Fortune, NY Times among Deadline Club winners for biz journalism
The winners were announced Tuesday night in New York.
Peter Elkind and Marty Jones of Fortune won the award for best business feature for “Citizenship for Sale,” which examined how rich foreigners are able to buy citizenship visas in the United States.
Hilary Stout, Danielle Ivory, Matthew L. Wald, Rebecca R. Ruiz and Hiroko Tabuchi of The New York Times won the award for business investigative reporting for “Fatal Flaws,” which has exposed missteps and delays by automakers and federal safety regulators in responding to deadly defects in automobiles during what has become a record year for recalls — more than 60 million in the United States in 2014.
Jason Anders of The Wall Street Journal won the headline writing award for “Colombians Have Had Enough of U And Your Spelling Mistakes.”
In addition, Ann Marsh, Scott Wenger and Kamrhan Farwell of Financial Planning won the award for magazine investigative reporting for “Could Financial Planning Help Stem the Rate of Military Suicides?”
See all of the winners here.