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BRONZE: From casual conversation to massive investigation into insider trading
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BRONZE: From casual conversation to massive investigation into insider trading

  Barlett & Steele Bronze Award Winners “Inside Game: How Corporate Insiders Profit Ahead of the Public” By Susan Pulliam, Rob Barry, Michael Siconolfi and Jean Eaglesham The Wall Street Journal The Wall Street Journal series on executive trading began with a casual conversation between one of the reporters and a long-time source. The source […]

America's worst charities
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B&S Gold winners: Tracking charities that spend more on donation solicitors than people in need

2013 BARLETT & STEELE AWARDS 2013 Barlett & Steele Award winners HOW THEY DID IT: GOLD: ‘America’s Worst Charities’ SILVER: ‘United States of Subsidies’ BRONZE: ‘Inside Game’ BUILDING DATABASES GOLD: Follow the money SILVER: 1,874 programs BRONZE: Timing is everything 5 TIPS FROM EACH TEAM | PHOTOS | VIDEO | The sensational story of a […]

WSJ database insider trading
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B&S Bronze winner: WSJ exposes insider trades, regulatory loopholes

2013 BARLETT & STEELE AWARDS 2013 Barlett & Steele Award winners HOW THEY DID IT: GOLD: ‘America’s Worst Charities’ SILVER: ‘United States of Subsidies’ BRONZE: ‘Inside Game’ BUILDING DATABASES GOLD: Follow the money SILVER: 1,874 programs BRONZE: Timing is everything 5 TIPS FROM EACH TEAM | PHOTOS | VIDEO | The Wall Street Journal jumped […]

Barry and Story in Leckey's class
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B&S Silver winner: NYT reporter who created business incentives database

2013 BARLETT & STEELE AWARDS 2013 Barlett & Steele Award winners HOW THEY DID IT: GOLD: ‘America’s Worst Charities’ SILVER: ‘United States of Subsidies’ BRONZE: ‘Inside Game’ BUILDING DATABASES GOLD: Follow the money SILVER: 1,874 programs BRONZE: Timing is everything 5 TIPS FROM EACH TEAM | PHOTOS | VIDEO | Louise Story of the New […]

Tampa Bay Times/CIR, NYT and WSJ win 2013 Barlett & Steele Awards
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Tampa Bay Times/CIR, NYT and WSJ win 2013 Barlett & Steele Awards

A Tampa Bay Times/Center for Investigative Reporting joint project, The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal won gold, silver and bronze awards respectively in the seventh annual Barlett & Steele Awards for Investigative Business Journalism, the Donald W. Reynolds National Center for Business Journalism announced today.

Cracking Corporate Corruption at Wal-Mart: Self-guided training
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Cracking Corporate Corruption at Wal-Mart: Self-guided training

Pulitzer winners David Barstow and Alejandra Xanic von Bertrab headline this session at the Investigative Reporters and Editors conference: Cracking Corporate Corruption at Wal-Mart. The duo’s investigation into corruption in the world’s biggest retailer won the 2013 Pulitzer Prize for Investigative Reporting.

Cracking Corporate Corruption at Wal-Mart: San Antonio, IRE, June 21
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Cracking Corporate Corruption at Wal-Mart: San Antonio, IRE, June 21

Pulitzer winners David Barstow and Alejandra Xanic von Bertrab headline this session at the Investigative Reporters and Editors conference: Cracking Corporate Corruption at Wal-Mart. The duo’s investigation into corruption in the world’s biggest retailer won the 2013 Pulitzer Prize for Investigative Reporting.

barlett & steele on cpan
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Decades on the investigative beat: C-SPAN talks with Barlett & Steele

Donald Barlett & Jim Steele, the storied investigative business journalism duo, were recently featured on C-SPAN’s Book TV for an in-depth session that covered everything from past award-winning series to the team’s new book, “The Betrayal of the American Dream.” And when you have a body of work that stretches over 40 years, includes eight […]

Barlett & Steele silver award: Ghost factories reporting process
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Barlett & Steele silver award: Ghost factories reporting process

By Alison Young and Peter Eisler, USAToday A scientific journal article 10 years ago warned that people living near hundreds of forgotten lead factory sites could be in danger. Did the government heed the warning? And was the threat real? Those are the questions that launched USA TODAY’s “Ghost Factories” investigation. The newspaper’s initial 14-month […]