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Finding a Niche in Business Reporting at NAHJ

The Particulars When: 10:45 to noon Aug. 9, 2014 Instructors: Angel Gonzalez, business writer for The

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Background, off the record and you

The most authoritative quotes come from on-the-record named sources, preferably senior executives, labor leaders, scientists, economists

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Human interest stories at the scrap yard

One of the best things about hitting the road is a change in perspective.  Getting a

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Help readers dream up money-making summer businesses

Headlines say “Teens still face a tough jobs market,” and other reports over the past couple

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Wedding bells ring, vendors say cha-ching

It’s the peak of springtime and that ringing sound you hear is the peal of wedding

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85 journalism students train in Dow Jones News Fund

The Dow Jones News Fund will train and send 85 undergraduate and graduate students to work

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Big beef recall, other woes start food-safety season

Well, it’s rather a downer for the industry-led National Hamburger Month that there have been a

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TV consumers spend more, watch less: The cost?

A $49 billion cable television merger is a pretty big headline, and one that’ll keep audiences

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Business journalism for dummies, part 2

In the previous Business Journalism for Dummies post, I laid out some of the basics you

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New crime data prompts look at scrap metal business

We all have our quirks and one that I’ll admit to involves a rather odd fascination

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