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Reynolds Foundation establishes university-based business newsroom

The Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Arizona State University is establishing what

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Will merger affect local discount stores?

Buzzing around on a little road trip recently, I was intrigued by the number of dollar

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A (very) warm welcome to Phoenix

I received a warm welcome to Phoenix when I joined the Reynolds Center as its new

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What a friend we have in FRED

Mark Twain noted that there are “lies, damned lies, and statistics.” Fraud with numbers is something

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Explaining global turmoil through business lens

The growing drumbeat of global strife and spate of recent air disasters is casting a gloomier

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Prisoners as consumers: Behind bars is big business

We write a lot about consumer demographics, from college students to young parents to Baby Boomers

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The basics of guerrilla journalism

Our calling is inhabited by three kinds of news organizations. Let’s use the Sergio Leone scale:

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Fandom and Comi-Cons are ripe for financial stories

What’s a multi-billion industry that draws celebrities, corporate exhibitors and hundreds of thousands of free-spending enthusiasts

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Microsoft layoff news prompts a look at job cuts

Word last week that Microsoft will be jettisoning 18,000 workers raises the specter of mass layoffs,

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