Donald W. Reynolds National Center For Business Journalism

Two Minute Tips

March 2016

Ken Teegardin Numbers And Finance

Linking Income Statements and Balance Sheets

This is the third of a series of articles focused on financial accounting disclosures and how you, as a journalist, can interpret and report on them. If you have a

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

How to Make Your Business Articles Mobile Friendly

Record numbers of readers consume news on their mobile phones. Amy Mitchell at the Pew Research Center called the phenomenon a “mobile majority” when reporting on the center’s 2015 comScore

Alexander Russy_Secretary

Women’s issues coverage in your beat

Many governing agencies celebrate International Women’s Day on Tuesday, March 8. According to the United Nations, the day aims to highlight women’s roles throughout history across nations and in communities.

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