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Adam DeRose

An experienced multimedia journalist with reporting, writing and multimedia producing skills. Currently, produces social video for The Hill.

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Tax inversions: A quick guide

The trend to move corporate headquarters overseas has been growing since the 1980s. But earlier this month, President Obama lauded new U.S. Treasury Department rules that make tax inversions less

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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

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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

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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

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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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Reporting on the pay gap

Following a proposal from President Obama in January, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission could start collecting pay data from companies with 100 employees or more as early as 2017. The

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Reporting on Big Pharma

Former pharmaceutical executive Martin Shkreli made another return to the news cycle this month, first at a controversial Congressional hearing and then for a lawsuit Shkreli is partied to. Shkreli, dubbed

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Adding basic data to beat reporting

Money and number stories exist across every beat, and with that lie opportunities to mine databases for solid numbers to support your reporting at state, or local levels. We spoke

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Money angles this election cycle

With the Iowa Caucuses now in the rearview mirror, and New Hampshire and other early primary state elections primed for extensive media coverage, business and economic reporters can look into topical

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The Reynolds Center for Business Journalism is starting 2023 with a new look that we hope better illustrates our core mission to provide accurate and authoritative resources about business journalism, in order to help both reporters and news consumers understand the importance of business news and to demystify the sometimes arcane topics it covers.
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