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Two Minute Tips

March 2020

Finding new story ideas during a crisis

I know, I know, if you hear coronavirus or COVID-19 one more time you’re going to scream. The topics are critical right now—lifesaving, actually—but the intense concentration can be draining.

How to report on SEC Form D

An SEC filing is a formal document, typically a financial statement, submitted to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. Public companies are required to make SEC filings regularly. Investors and

How to cover mutual aid networks

Mutual aid is a voluntary exchange of resources and services. Essentially, it is a way for people to support one another in times need. Mutual aid networks have become increasingly

Tips on writing about COVID-19

As readers cope with new realities in response to COVID-19, providing them with clear and accurate information is more important than ever. AP Stylebook held a Twitter chat on March

Passive investment for journalists

What is Passive Investing? The first step in understanding passive investing, is to understand active investing. Active investing is the standard, and what most people think of when they hear

Covering the economic impact of school closures

As schools across the United States and around the world temporarily close in response to COVID-19, it could have a number of economic implications, especially in lower-income areas. The New York

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