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Covering Federal Grants, Loans, And Awards

  The U.S. government gives out billions of dollars every year in grants, loans, contracts and financial assistance. Using USAspending.gov, you can see who is being awarded the money, how

Engagement Resources For Business Journalists

  Is your newsroom looking to interact more with your audience? Create better timelines, charts and graphics? Be more efficient in your work individually and within a team? Here are

Data Resources For Business Journalists

Data isn’t just for investigative reporters. Numbers are the basis for any business story. Where to find them? Try these sources. Google Public Data Google has a free public data

5 Online Tools To Improve Your Reporting

1. FOIA Machine FOIA Machine is a website that helps you speed up and simplify the process of submitting a Freedom of Information Access request. It hosts the standard freedom

Data To Help Cover Economic Angles In Higher Ed

Do you cover higher education? Here are some ways to cover business angles in education. College Scorecard College Scorecard is a brand-new website created by the Obama administration that contains

Five Tips for Covering Women-Owned Businesses

  Women own nearly 10 million businesses in the United States, and that number continues to grow. According to the National Women’s Business Council, women-owned businesses provide over 23 million

Story Ideas For Covering Small Businesses

The 28 million small businesses in America employ more than half of the entire workforce, contribute most to the production of new jobs and are responsible for almost half of

5 Tips For Using Numbers In Your Story

As a business journalist, numbers are everywhere. From prices to sizes, they provide information that is vital for your stories. Here are some tips from a March, 2014 Reynolds workshop

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