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September 2010

Thursday, September 23rd, 2010

Kiah Haslett: Revenge of the (Former) Nerds

By Kiah Haslett, The Daily Nebraskan...[Read More]

March 2010

Friday, March 12th, 2010

James Pilcher: Reporter’s experience over sources punctuates shield-law debate

By JAMES PILCHER, Cincinnati Enquirer To think, I could be in jail right now. All for a story that never ran. A few years back, I started receiving separate tips from federally-employed airport security screeners that the Transportation Security Administration’s local organization at the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport was a mess. There was one assistant manager whose style ...[Read More]

January 2010

Tuesday, January 26th, 2010

Jeff Ostrowski: Trying to make sense of the Great Recession? Try These 10 Must-Read Books

Try these 10 must-read books`...[Read More]
Thursday, January 14th, 2010

James Pilcher: Thoughts from the Ranks of the Furloughed

CINCINNATI -- So here I sit, on my third unpaid week off in the last 12 months. At least I still have a job, right? Funny thing is that I’m not supposed to be doing anything remotely associated with work for my employer while sitting home on furlough. I’ve got to be honest, it rankles. But for different reasons that you might expect, especially since I am a business reporter. Like the rest ...[Read More]

December 2009

Wednesday, December 30th, 2009

Jeff Rowe: The roots of quality multimedia

December 30, 2009...[Read More]
Sunday, December 20th, 2009

Krystle Russin: The economy in media

Commentary by Krystle Russin The moment Editor and Publisher magazine shut its doors, it signaled what people already believed: no matter how many times they bought a newspaper: print is dying. The problem is, print is in decline, but it is not dying. The more people want to say it, the more we believe it. The more we believe our own opinions, the more we look to other media forms and doubt ...[Read More]
Monday, December 7th, 2009

Kathleen Beans: On banks’ risk appetite

By KATHLEEN M. BEANS In the aftermath of the financial crisis, lending institutions are re-examining how much risk they want to put on their balance sheets. The amount and types of risk that an institution is willing to take in pursuit of a desired level of return is often called its "risk appetite." Everyone who works in an organization must understand the institution's risk appetite so that the ...[Read More]
Monday, December 7th, 2009

Jonathan Blum: On the New eReaders

By JONATHAN BLUM Business journalists looking to avoid getting flattened by the techno steam roller should get a feel for purpose-built electronic readers known as eBooks. Strictly speaking, eBooks are as old as computers themselves. Folks have read stuff on their PCs since there were PCs. Check out this list of eBook assets over at But ...[Read More]

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