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5-Week Countdown: Strictly Financials, Phoenix

On January 4, journalists will gather at the Donald W. Reynolds National Center for Business Journalism

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Newsroom Math Crib Sheet

Arizona State University professor Steve Doig, who won a Pulitzer Prize for his data-based reporting at the

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Tricky Punctuation Tips for Business Writers

Even the most precise writers are occasionally tripped up by punctuation. That’s particularly true nowadays, when newsrooms are

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Free Webinar: Eric Newton’s Tech Tools for Reporters

Mark your calendar for 3:00 PM EDT on August 21, when groundbreaking digital journalist Eric Newton reveals the

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Free Tools and Resources for Investigative Reporters

It can take a reporter years to develop a go-to library of tools and resources that help

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Accuracy Checklist for Journalists

Fewer copy editors in the newsroom—in fact, fewer editors in general—means that reporters must increasingly perform

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2-Minute Tip: GAAP vs. Pro-Forma Earnings

A company’s finances are sometimes presented in two forms: a more conservative form, which falls in

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Don’t Let Fake News Creep into Your Business Stories

In the last year, “fake news” became synonymous with the Trump campaign, election and administration. But

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2-Minute Tip: 10-Q Essentials

The 10-Q, a publicly traded company’s quarterly report filed with the SEC, is a multi-purpose tool. You

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2-Minute Tip: Dissecting a Financial Statement

The first stop for a reporter looking at a public company’s financial health is its financial statement,

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