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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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Reynolds Weekly: November 26, 2018

Opioid Companies Suit Insys Therapeutics, Walgreens and CVS were added to a Florida lawsuit over their alleged contribution to the

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Time Is Running Out to Save on 2019 Health Care Costs

Being informed counts, especially when it comes to saving money on health care costs, which continue to rise relentlessly above

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Reynolds Weekly: November 19, 2018

Ford Invests in Electric Scooters Ford announced that it would be buying the electric scooter company Spin, a San Francisco

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Bah, Humbug—Don’t Let the Tax Grinch Steal Your Holiday

Christmas is right around the corner, but some taxpayers may not be getting the gift of tax cuts promised in

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Reporting on CEO Compensation

In a world still talking about income inequality, high CEO compensation can be a touchy point with consumers, politicians, and

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Identity Theft Is Growing Among Young Children

Identity theft among children under 17 is growing. In 2017, more than one million children were victims of identity theft

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Reynolds Weekly: November 12, 2018

Amazon’s New Headquarters Amazon is splitting its second headquarters into two. The second headquarters building will be split between New

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Covering the Insurance Industry and Climate Change Concerns

Feeling the pressures from climate change as the costs of natural disasters mount, insurance companies look to change old business

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Business Reporters: Why Don’t More Americans Have Wills?

Believe it or not, most of your readers are a lot like the multi-talented musician and singer Prince, who died

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Reporting on the Business of Campaign Literature

The midterms are finally here. Over the past few months, campaigns have handed out countless number of pamphlets and other

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Reynolds Business Weekly: November 5, 2018

Google Walkout Nearly 17,000 Google workers across the world walked off the job on November 1st to protest sexual harassment,

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Covering the Business of Parenting Technology

With today’s technology, parents can watch out for their children — even if they’re not in the same room. Modern

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Successful Pitching for Freelance Business Writers

Whether you’re diving into a freelance writing career or are simply doing a bit of independent journalism on the side,

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Hiring Angles to Consider for Local Business Coverage

As we enter the fourth quarter of 2018, now’s a great time to take a pulse on the local job

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