Donald W. Reynolds National Center For Business Journalism

Two Minute Tips

March 2016

The Banks by Hannaford

Getting into affordable housing issues

The New York City Council changed its zoning laws last week, adding two ordinances that ensure real estate developers include units that are affordable to average New Yorkers. New York

Lyft-by-Sergio-Ruiz

Covering the gig economy

There’s plenty of coverage on the gig economy: good, bad, “disruptive.” But at the center of the gig economy is the shifting way the American worker participates. Here are some

Reporting on small business

Five tips on reporting on small business

President Obama dubs small businesses as the “backbone of our economy and the cornerstone of our community.” Data backs this up. The ADP National Employment Report reflects small businesses created

Ken Teegardin Numbers And Finance

Forget the fraud: Enron as a failed business

Financial lessons from Enron The collapse of Enron, while dated, provides a graphic lesson: Analyze the financial statements of a company because they often offer reporters a different perspective from

Fighting Right to Work CC by Joe Brusky

How to cover right-to-work and union fees

Since the death of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, many media organizations are following the tussle between President Obama and Congress about naming a successor to the court. Scalia’s death

How to Cover Money Podcast

Covering campaign finance

In this week’s episode, Leslie Wayne, adjunct faculty at the Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute at New York University, shares tips for covering campaign finance. She originally shared these tips

A reporter’s primer to covering commodities

Products like wheat, coffee, cocoa, cotton, milk, sugar, orange juice, live cattle and even pork bellies are bought and sold on more than 50 major commodity markets worldwide. Generally, agricultural

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