Donald W. Reynolds National Center For Business Journalism

Two Minute Tips

June 2011

Covering manufacturing: 10 terms to know

Manufacturing is the end result of many other decisions, from the first sketch of a new product to the initial marketing study by those tasked with selling it. Then come

Covering manufacturing: A crash course

Manufacturing has a long, turbulent history in the United States. Factories provided millions of people with livelihoods that in the best situations allowed for a white-collar lifestyle in a job

Find quit-claim deeds to find hard-money lenders

We’ve all had interviews where we wished the source would stop blowing smoke and answer the questions. Seattle Times reporter Christine Willmsen got those frank responses from Emiel Kandi, a

Database of product injuries, deaths available from IRE

Investigative Reporters and Editors (IRE) is offering the Consumer Product Safety Commission‘s injury and death database. The 2006-2009 data includes records on more than 13,500 deaths, 100,000 injuries or potential

Miracle-Gro, others get into marijuana business

Custom software, PR firms, lobbyists, stock offerings and major American companies trying to woo business – are those the hallmarks of an up-and-coming social media site? Perhaps, but they’re also

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