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Backgrounding people and businesses

Jaimi Dowdell, training director for IRE, recommended that you have a strategy when it comes to using the Web as an investigative tool. “Know what you’re after,” she told sessions

Resources for investigative reporting

Alec Klein is an award-winning investigative business journalist, bestselling author, and journalism professor at Northwestern University. The following is a handout from his Reynolds Center Webinar on investigative reporting. The

Q&A: Mark Maremont, Wall Street Journal

Mark MaremontSenior editor for the Wall Street Journal. His team won the 2007 Pulitzer Prize for Public Service for its stories on the back-dating of options for executives. Age: 51

Q&A: Bill Sizemore, The Virginian-Pilot reporter

Bill Sizemore Government/military reporter at The Virginian-Pilot Age: 60 Home: Norfolk, VA What I do: Government/military reporter at The Virginian-Pilot Hours worked per week: 40-plus Why I do what I

When to use anonymous sources

Reuters reporters Matthew Goldstein and Svea Herbst-Bayliss offer a speculative article on the next potential insider-trading arrest. The article uses an FBI agent involved in two high-profile cases as an

Aaron Kremer talks BizSense.com

Age: 28 Home: Richmond, Va.What I do: Run a business news Web site in RichmondPrevious life: Led backpacking trips after college, then started writing for weekly newspapers, then dailies. My

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