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Avoiding hypocrisy in business journalism

If you are a business journalist, then you also have the role of critic. Not that you’re being paid to offer your personal opinions about this company, that stock, or

How to include seniors in trending stories

By 2030, people 65 years and older will make up 12% of the world population, according to the U.S. Census Bureau.  But now in the U.S., the rate is growing

Funding for underrepresented entrepreneurs

Despite attempts to bring more diverse leadership to the business world, women and racial minorities are still underrepresented in vendor-backed companies. In fact, three-quarters of startup founders who received venture

Covering business in the era of mass shootings

El Paso. Dayton, Ohio, Virginia Beach. Midland, Texas. Several mass shootings have made headlines this year. Regardless of where you stand on gun control policy, it’s clear that this issue

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

Reporting not just about, but for low-income people

Thirty six percent of Americans are financially fragile, according to NEFE. That’s about one in three Americans. For young people especially, financial fragility is a way of life. The average

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