Careers and Jobs

Millennials and Money: The New Face Of Entrepreneurship

Despite being dealt one of the worst economic situations in recent history, Millennials are optimistic about money. This is especially true in the U.S. where, according to a Pew Research study, young people are more likely to be optimistic than

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Must Read Money Stories, Monday, Jan. 26

Let it snow. The Northeast is preparing for what could be record snowfall on Monday. Airlines preemptively canceled more than 2,000 flights, according to FlightAware, as airports in New York and Boston expect to see blizzard conditions in the storm,

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Urban Meyer’s lawyer must be updating his Ohio State contract

On Monday night, Ohio State (or as some call it, The Ohio State University) defeated Oregon to claim the national college football title. It should have been a lucrative day for OSU coach Urban Meyer, who has one of the

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Must Read Money Stories, Wednesday, Jan. 14

Arctic freeze. Remember how oil companies were all hot to start drilling in the Arctic? Looks like that may not be happening after all. Bloomberg reports the collapse in oil prices has changed the calculation. One analyst tells Bloomberg that

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Reynolds Week: Advice for Preparing Young Reporters

Journalism professors attending Reynolds Week got plenty of help to shape their syllabuses and offer the latest teaching techniques to their student. But they wound up the week with conversations with the people who know best about what happens after

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An economy on two wheels: cycling’s power in Europe

Here’s a statistic to wrap your head around. More people work in the bicycling industry in Europe than in mines and quarries. And, almost twice as many jobs have been created by cycling than by steel. That’s the finding of

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A (very) warm welcome to Phoenix

I received a warm welcome to Phoenix when I joined the Reynolds Center as its new director earlier this month — a very warm welcome. Two weeks after my arrival, the temperature soared to 114F. I got used to hearing

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U.S. business journalists’ median salary is $56,591, Reynolds Center survey finds

The most recent survey of U.S. business journalists shows a marginal increase in business journalists’ pay in the last six months to $56,591. Forty-two percent reported an increase in pay the past 2 years. That is up from 36 percent

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Are we seeing the start of the Greatest Generation of business journalists?

The Greatest Generation of business journalists will come from today’s university students. A perfect storm of events, technology and globalization has equipped this generation to better understand and effectively report on the world of money than any that preceded it.

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