SABEW mourns the loss of Paul Ingrassia

Portrait of Reuters staffer Paul Ingrassia, in New York, July 7, 2011. REUTERS/Chip East (UNITED STATES)

SABEW mourns the loss of Paul Ingrassia, a Pulitzer-prize winning journalist and author of numerous articles and books on the auto industry.  He died after battling cancer at 69.

​Ingrassia held senior posts at The Wall Street Journal, Dow Jones Newswires and Thomson Reuters, and for more than three decades was one of the leading journalists of the auto industry. During his time at the Journal as bureau chief, Ingrassia won a Pulitzer Prize, along with his deputy, Joseph White, for coverage of a boardroom revolt at General Motors. He was also the recipient of a Gerald Loeb award for lifetime achievement in financial journalism in 2016.

Ingrassia participated in SABEW training program and conferences.

Our condolences go out to Paul’s family, including his brother, Larry Ingrassia, who was honored in 2017 with SABEW’s Distinguished Achievement award.

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