Tips for Reporting on Conferences

Journalists attend conferences as professional development, as a way to stay abreast of trends in a certain industry, or to

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Covering Millennial Real Estate Trends

In many real estate markets, spring is a hot season for open houses, and as their families grow, many millennials

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Reynolds Weekly: Friday, February 15, 2019

Airlines Will Add Non-Binary Gender Ticketing Options Southwest, United, Delta, Alaska, and American Airlines will be adding “undisclosed” and “unspecified”

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Covering Government Shutdowns

Government shutdowns take place when appropriation bills or continuing resolutions that would fund the government aren’t passed. These temporary funding

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Reynolds Weekly: Friday, February 8, 2019

Does cleaning spark joy? No, but organization might… Author of “The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up” and star of her

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The Tech Industry and Censorship

The tech industry prides itself on being forward looking and innovative. Enlightened and progressive. As well as its new approach

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Reynolds Weekly: February 1, 2019

Cannabis Stocks Rise with the Signing of the Farm Bill The 2018 Farm Bill, signed into law by President Trump,

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The Mysterious Thing Called Money Is Different from What You Thought

This is a brief story of money, social media, and an unexpected assignment. There was a discussion on Twitter that

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Make Safety First on Your Topic List

All business reporters learn to follow corporate financials and stock performance. But all that is just money, not the boundaries

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How to Report on the Green New Deal

The Green New Deal proposes investing in more green jobs and technology in hopes of combating climate change. The U.S.

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Reynolds Weekly: Friday, January 25, 2019

Microsoft versus the housing crisis Microsoft announced that it would join forces with nonprofit groups to “address the ‘affordable housing

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Here’s Why Oil Is Part of Your Beat

You might think that oil is the province of reporters covering the energy industry and its companies. Not at all.

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A Freelancer’s Guide to Collecting Payments

One of the hard truths about freelancing is that some clients don’t often pay on time, if at all. And

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Getting to the Basics of Blockchain

If anything has skated along on a pool of hype and general lack of understanding, it’s been blockchain. The technology

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Reynolds Weekly: Friday, January 18, 2019

Climate Change Is Putting Wild Coffee Plants at Risk A British botanist has found that 60 percent of wild coffee

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For 2019, Embrace #MeToo and Look Beyond It

This last year has been turbulent in many ways. One of them for business journalism has been learning far more

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Three Smart Strategies to Report on Rising Inflation

The nation’s central bank, the Federal Reserve, raised its benchmark interest rate at its December 19th meeting for the fifth

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The Business of Freelancing

If you want to freelance for a living rather than a hobby, it’s essential to treat it as a business.

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Alert Readers to Growing Cellphone Fraud Scams

With millions of U.S. consumers using digital devices to pay bills and shop online, clever crooks have figured out a

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Reynolds Weekly: Friday, January 11, 2019

Innovative Vending Machines An automated bread-making and baking machine will hit three grocery chains this year for a trial run,

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Amazon HQ2 was a Tipoff on a Big Business Topic

Whatever your beat, you had to hear about Amazon HQ2. A beauty contest arranged by the retail giant to pick

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