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

Read More

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.

Read More

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

Read More

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

Read More

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

Read More

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

Read More

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

Read More

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.

Read More

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

Read More

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,

Read More

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

Read More

Covering Real Estate Tech

Tech startups are changing how home buyers, sellers and real estate agents interact. Companies called iBuyers (short for investment buyers)

Read More

How to Handle an Oncoming Recession in Your Coverage

Good things don’t last forever, as you’ve likely heard when experts have talked about stock market gains. Shares have taken

Read More

‘Tis the Season for New Year’s Financial Resolutions

A robust 75% of U.S. consumers surveyed in the annual New Year Financial Resolutions Study from Fidelity Investments believe they’ll

Read More

Covering Generation Z in the Workforce

Born between about 1995 and 2012 depending on who you ask, Generation Z is now entering the workplace as its

Read More

Eight Money Moves to Make on 2018 Taxes by December 31

“Shop Till You Drop” isn’t just a motto this holiday season. U.S. consumers are expected to spend a brisk $1,007

Read More

Three Stories to Report on Medicare Advantage Before and After Open Enrollment Ends

There’s still time for those 65 and older to change their health coverage for 2019 before December 7—and even after

Read More

The Big Business of Youth Sports

The cost of parenting is pricey, especially if you have kids who play sports. Youth sports in the U.S. tops

Read More

Reynold’s Weekly: December 3, 2018

Amazon “Sponsored Product” Slots in Baby Registries Lead to Unwanted Gifts Companies have paid for “sponsored” slots in Amazon’s baby

Read More

Immigration Is Now Part of Your Beat

It used to be that immigration was considered fodder for political journalists. Or social issues journalists. Or maybe the reporters

Read More

Say Goodbye to that Fancy Marble Countertop

Here’s a business story that hits close to home. President Trump’s trade war with China has increased the prices of

Read More