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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

Shell companies and fraud: An investigative primer

The free investigative webinar, “Shell Companies and Fraud: An Investigative Primer,” was first offered on May 21, 2013. A similar conference session was offered at the 2013 IRE Conference in

B&S winner David Barstow on Wal-Mart bribery story

David Barstow, a Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative reporter for the New York Times, spent 10 months tracking a paper trail to determine what Wal-Mart executives knew about bribery allegations in its

Investigative reporting: An introduction

“Investigative reporting” is a term that can cover many sins – and, hopefully, uncover at least a few sinners. The best definition/description I’ve heard of the term is any reporting

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