Posts From Debbi G McCullough

Five Story Ideas on Domestic Manufacturing

More corporations are finding it makes sense to their bottom lines to keep manufacturing onshore versus

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Reporter Tips For Interviewing a CEO

Business reporters often interview chief executives — but how to ask questions that don’t seem to

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Gender Inequality in the IT Sector — Five Business Angles

In spite of high-profile attempts to remove gender inequality in the IT sector, women remain alarmingly underrepresented

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Five things business reporters ought to know about gender data

At the Women Deliver conference in Copenhagen this month, Melinda Gates announced the Gates Foundation’s commitment

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Writing on sustainable development and the SDGs in an engaging way

At the fourth global Women Deliver conference in Copenhagen this week, media trainers from Thomson Reuters

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Five Tips: Deciphering Business Jargon

Sources really love their jargon—in spite of efforts among enterprising business reporters to persuade them otherwise—marketers

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Punctuation — a refresher on five finicky rules

When I first learned we devote the first business communication class to punctuation and grammar at

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Five business stories worth exploring around the national election

The national election is ramping up and making headlines daily with ample coverage of Hillary Clinton,

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How to write a compelling interactive or infographic: Five tips

Infographics and interactives (infographics with moving features) lend a different format and feel to news articles,

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8 (More) Useful AP Style Rules for Business Reporters

Associated Press (AP) style rules challenge even well-established business reporters. That’s no surprise given that the 2015

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