Price, biz journalist for WSJ, Caixin and South China Morning Post, dies at 62
Deb Price, a journalist who worked in business news positions for The Wall Street Journal, Caixin Global and the South China Morning Post, died Nov. 20 at the age of 62.
Mark Hicks of the Detroit News writes, “Price taught journalism at Harvard Summer School and later became the Southeast Asia editor at the Wall Street Journal, where she was the lead writer on a digital project, ‘No Good Choices,’ that won the top award for excellence in reporting on women’s issues from the Society of Publishers in Asia in 2015.
“Reporter and multimedia producer Marc Lajoie said he had the pleasure of working closely with Price for several months on the award-winning coverage, which involved domestic helper abuse in Hong Kong.
“‘A class act and a consummate journalist,’ he tweeted.
“After a stint as managing editor at Caixin Global, a financial news publication, she had most recently been working as a senior business editor for the South China Morning Post.”
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