Covering Post-Pandemic Tourism: the RV Life

While the pandemic has been devastating for most sectors of the economy, businesses that work with recreational vehicles saw rapid

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Covering What’s Left of Spring Training

The Arizona economy yielded a gross domestic product of $350 billion in 2018, 3% of which — $10.5 billion —

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Covering the Gig Economy After Prop 22

The past few years have seen the incredible growth of companies like Uber and Lyft. The foundation of these companies

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The Bar Exam and Its Impact on the Legal Business

The bar exam in the United States, the latest edition of which will be administered Feb. 23-24, is a rite

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The Future of College Towns After the Pandemic

As business journalists continue to cover the present and future impact that COVID-19 is having on colleges and universities, they

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Supercharge Your Reporting on Electric Cars

On Jan. 8, automotive industry giant General Motors Co. announced a surprising rebrand. It includes a new logo — startup-like, with

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Checking Sources for ‘Fake Stories’

“Fake news” has become a thorn in the side of reporting. Yes, there are always stories that have failings in

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Google’s New Suite of Tools for Journalists

I’m wary of large companies, especially tech ones that seem to be giving things away. Particularly for journalists. There’s the

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Double-Check All the Things People Are Sure They Know

You’d think this would be a given, but too many business stories incorporate information that, while popularly believed, is simply

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Streaming Services Board Up the Box Office

The entertainment industry periodically grumbles about a lack of transparency from streaming services like Netflix and Hulu. Specifically, industry analysts

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As Covid-19 Increases Middle-Class Debt, These Three Strategies Can Help

In March 2020, Covid-19 hit U.S. families at the low end of middle-class income ($25,000-$110,000) hard, but as the pandemic

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Be Wary of Experiential Retail

The e-commerce website for New England furniture store chain Jordan’s Furniture looks like any other, with attractive, if staid, photographs

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Checking the Validity of a Website

I took a free online course at the Knight Center about how to research people and websites. I learned some

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Short-Term Sports Relocation Has Long-Term Consequences

When star point guard Chris Paul joined the Oklahoma City Thunder in 2019, a few journalists seized on an under-the-radar

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Meet the New TV, Same as the Old TV

For years, media coverage of live television streaming services like YouTube TV and Hulu + Live TV depicted them as

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COVID-19 and its effects on the Commercial Real Estate Market

COVID-19 caused a lot of people to stay home over the last year, which has affected many businesses and industries.

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Corporate Frauds Are Great Topics If You’re Careful

I’ve recently binged on watching videos about frauds and con men. There was a 2016 documentary called Sour Grapes, about

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Forget the Source’s Fancy Pedigree

You know the drill. You receive a response to an outstanding query, or maybe it’s something tepid coming in over

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How to Explain Today’s Crazy Stock Market to People

If you think you know how stocks are doing, better check again in five minutes. The year’s been unpredictable. One

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Are Working Women Losing Ground During the Covid-19 Pandemic?

Country music singer Dolly Parton will have to update her 1980 hit song, “9 to 5,” to “6 to 9”

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How Are Small Businesses Weathering Covid-19?

Small businesses generate 99% of the U.S. Gross Domestic Product (GDP), but dig deeper into those numbers and a more

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