Reporting Tips

Things to Keep in Mind When Covering Marginalized Communities

The death of George Floyd in Minneapolis earlier this year led to demonstrations in all 50

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Reporting Lessons From May’s Job Numbers

Early in June 2020, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics released the jobs numbers for May.

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Avoid Getting Played by ‘Polls’

Who confuses the coronavirus family and Corona beer? Earlier this year, it would seem like many

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Accounts to Follow for Covering Health Care

Even without a pandemic, health and the business of health care are always a hot topic

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Judging the Information You Get

There is no good journalism without information. But there are very different types: poor, decent, good,

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Add Context to COVID-19 Coverage of Nonprofits

Demand spikes at food pantries. Revenue declines at hospitals. Layoffs hit universities and symphonies. Reporters have

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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

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7 Trustworthy COVID-19 Data Sources Journalists Should Be Using

With the rise of COVID-19 cases in the U.S., business reporters may be having to quickly

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Get the Statistics You Need Outside of the U.S.

Readers love numbers. So do editors. Even some reporters. And if you don’t, you should develop

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How to Read a 10-K

A Form 10-K is an annual report that companies file with the SEC. Companies that file

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