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E-mail has made the news, news stories, and newspapers dull. (Patrick B. Pexton) Pexton, a former

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Data Journalism 101: Self-guided training

The free, two-part webinar, Data Journalism 101, was originally held Oct. 22-23, 2013. Data Journalism 101

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When you get scooped

You will. Even the most diligent beat reporter will open up Twitter or a competing publication

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How will Etsy changes regarding ‘handmade’ impact crafters, artisans?

Amid the market-rocking news of shutdowns and the political impasse in Washington, a little news item

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Look beyond retail for holiday-hiring stories

Well, the shuttered federal government may be willing to kick off the month without a jobs

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New reports shed light on banking trends, fees

If you haven’t caught up with happenings on the financial services beat lately, a handful of

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Truckers and sleep apnea: Pending law easy to localize

When you think about it, pretty much everything in our homes or offices was on a

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Training: Investigative Business Journalism at SABEW

This training was originally presented at the Society of American Business Editor and Writers’ Fall 2013

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Rule 1 on VIP interviews

As I write this, I have been preparing for an interview with Gary Locke, the U.S.

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U.S. business school deans rank business media

Deans of 60 U.S. business schools rate Dow Jones, including The Wall Street Journal, as the

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