There are just 10 days left to apply for the Knight Community Information Challenge. Foundation directors Susan Patterson, programs, and Bahia Ramos, community foundations, put together a 5-point Q&A to help potential applicants during these final days. The deadline is June 1. Five things you need to know about the Knight Community Information Challenge This [...]
The latest journalism convention partnership is designed to add some job-hunting heft to NABJ. The National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) and Journalismnext.com have announced that they are working together to offer convention-goers this summer a resume database that should help both job-seekers and organizations looking to fill jobs. Journalismnext.com is a job and community [...]
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The self-guided training from this webinar — Shell Companies and Fraud: An Investigative Primer — will help you understand the characteristics of shell companies, their legitimate and illegitimate purposes in the business sector, and methods for backgrounding and connecting intricate webs of firms and individuals scattered around the globe.
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It’s hard to believe we’re only a week away from the start of Memorial Day weekend. As summer activities kick into gear, so do the businesses that serve them, so no matter your beat you’ve got a bonanza of holiday-related story ideas from which to choose. Traditionally, it’s a time for business writers to look [...]
Data, data everywhere. At least that’s what it seems like these days. New industries are sprouting up to help companies in their pursuit of “big data.” Reynolds Center presenters helped remind business journalists that data can work for them as well as they helped kick off the 50th anniversary of the annual Society of Business [...]