Donald W. Reynolds National Center For Business Journalism

Two Minute Tips

September 2016

Financial Market Reporting, Part 2: IPOs

The day a company first sells stock shares to the public marks a right of passage. The initial public offering or IPO means the company is able to meet the

Stories on women in business are ripe for reporting. (Photo by "Unslash" via pixabay CCO Public Domain)

Women in Business: 5 New Themes

The recently released study by regarding women in the workplace has ignited new discussions about inequality in business. New research shows that corporations must make better use of (and retain) the

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Take National Farming Trends to the Local Level

The recently announced Bayer and Monsanto acquisition has grabbed headlines and raised fears. Farmers worry that the large market share in seeds and pesticides captured by the merger will increase

Sustainable fashion is a business story with multiple angles

Sustainable Fashion—How to Report on a Growing Industry

Sustainable fashion—fashions made from sustainable textiles, fabrics and in an ethical, humane way—have taken off.  Big companies like Eileen Fisher now make 84 percent of their collection with organic cotton

3 Rate Hike Stories in Every Community

Decisions made by the Federal Reserve have monumental effects on financial markets around the world. As the Fed gears up to announce a hike in the interest rate, widely anticipated

Tackling the Business of High School Football

  This football season the monetization of high school football can be a great story. High schools have been making headlines for building costly stadiums and for making broadcast deals

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Reshoring Rules: 5 Questions for Harry Moser

Founder and president of the Reshoring Initiative, Harry Moser is widely recognized for his efforts to bring jobs back to the United States. Moser’s father and grandfather both worked in

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