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How to Cover Money Podcast

Investigative reporting with Michael Grabell

In this episode, hosts Micki Maynard and Mark Remillard kicked off Season Two of the weekly business journalism podcast How to Cover Money. This week they talked about data journalism

Michael Grabell: How I covered temporary workers

  In four feature stories and 22 follow-up articles, Michael Grabell, an investigative reporter at ProPublica, brought the safety of temporary workers into the spotlight. His research found that in

2014 Barlett and Steele Winners

Tips from 2014 Barlett & Steele Award winners

Reuters investigative reporter Megan Twohey traveled across the country and delved into some of the darkest parts of the Internet to explore a horrifying and rarely seen sector of the

Announcing the 2014 Barlett & Steele Award winners

ProPublica, Reuters and The Huffington Post won gold, silver and bronze awards, respectively, in the eighth annual Barlett & Steele Awards for Investigative Business Journalism, the Donald W. Reynolds National

Silver Award: ‘United States of Subsidies’

Barlett & Steele Silver Award Winner “The United States of Subsidies”By Louise StoryThe New York Times It seemed like a simple question: how much money do cities and states spend

Bronze: Massive investigation into insider trading

Barlett & Steele Bronze Award Winners “Inside Game: How Corporate Insiders Profit Ahead of the Public” By Susan Pulliam, Rob Barry, Michael Siconolfi and Jean EagleshamThe Wall Street Journal The

Barlett and Steele Awards

B&S Gold winners: Tracking charities

The sensational story of a sham charity operator using a stolen identity and dodging an FBI warrant led to a 2010 Tampa Bay Times’ series. It also prompted a closer

WSJ exposes insider trades, regulatory loopholes

The Wall Street Journal jumped into the murky world of insider trading to see how executives traded their companies’ stock. A database they created using information from an eight-year period

Silver winner: Business incentives database

Louise Story of the New York Times accomplished a major feat last year: She created an interactive state-by-state database calculating business incentives governments use to lure companies and create jobs.

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