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Nino Abdaladze

Nino was a Fulbright Foreign Graduate Student at Arizona State University studying investigative journalism. Originally from Tbilisi, Georgia, she has been working there as an investigative reporter for the last 2 years writing stories about crime, environment, health care, business and social issues.

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How to cover business stories from home

The COVID-19 pandemic has completely changed the news media environment. Many companies have closed their newsrooms and asked journalists to work remotely while staying safe at home. Here are some

Two story ideas for covering unemployment

The unemployment rate is one of the major indicators of a country’s healthy economy. There is a great deal of content available about unemployment and its implications in the U.S.

Online data tools for business journalists

Data is something business journalists need to use, whether it is statistics about unemployment or information about company revenues. Sometimes data can be difficult to find and even trickier to

Tips for covering Black Friday 2019

Shopping is often the first word that comes to peoples’ minds when they hear Black Friday. The day after the Thanksgiving holiday is usually the busiest shopping day of the

How Natural Disasters Affect Property Taxes

Natural disasters can cause millions of dollars in damage. The tornado that hit Joplin, Missouri in 2011 caused about $2.8 billion in property damage. Those who do not have property

How to localize rising healthcare expenses

New findings show that Americans still face challenges with healthcare costs. A recent survey by Henry J Kaiser Family Foundation uncovered that expensive healthcare is still one of the most

How to localize affordable housing

Many Americans are spending a significant portion of their income on housing. High costs affect family savings and the general finances of an average household. Business journalists can explore this

A beginner’s guide to corporate social responsibility

What is corporate social responsibility? Businessdictionary.com defines corporate social responsibility (CSR) as a sense of responsibility toward the community and the environment that companies incorporate into their business models. It

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