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WSJ wins National Journalism Award for biz reporting

March 10, 2008

The Wall Street Journal was named the winner in business and economics reporting category in the Scripps Howard Foundation’s National Journalism Awards.

Scripps Howard FoundationThe Journal receives $10,000 and the William Brewster Styles award for its series “Debt Bomb,” which explained and analyzed the housing crisis for readers, telling the mortgage-market crash story from all sides.Â

Finalists in the category were David Evans and Richard Tomlinson of Bloomberg News, and Jason Method of the Asbury Park Press for “Home Roulette: Gambling with your house.”

Read all of the winners here.

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