TechSpin: Where Was the Business Press?
- Curmudgeonly Character Left His Mark on Steel. Triplett, Tim // Metal Center News;Jan2011, Vol. 51 Issue 1, p6
The author reflects on life and works of Tom Stundza, steel industry analyst and journalist. He stresses the expertise of Stundza in steel business, sports, and politics. The author emphasizes his similarity to Stundza as a journalist who is devoted to such industry. Moreover, he offers tribute...
- REPORTERS AND BEATS. // Indianapolis Business Journal;9/18/2006, Vol. 27 Issue 28, p13A
The article features several journal reports in Indianapolis, Indiana. They include Andrea Muirragui Davis, Tracy Donahrdt, Tom Murphy and Scott Olson.
- The Media's Mea Culpa. Sullivan, Carl // Financial Planning;Sep2001, Vol. 31 Issue 8, p192
Focuses on the role of finance journalists on the state of the stock market. Impact of financial reports on business enterprises and investors; Source of the economic forecasts reported by the journalists; Responsibilities of finance journalists to the public.
- A different take on the MAS adviser 'ethics' fiasco. HALL, DENNIS // Money Marketing;10/9/2014, Issue 1456, p42
A personal narrative is presented which explores the author's experience of dealing with the furor over his statement that all financial journalists were unethical charlatans.
- Subprime option for first-time homebuyers. // Burnet Bulletin (Texas);4/4/2007, Vol. 135 Issue 14, p6A
The article advises first-time homebuyers in Texas about the option of subprime loans.
- Rural areas seek piece of subprime-loan settlement. YEN, HOPE // Farm & Dairy;10/30/2014, Vol. 101 Issue 6, pB38
The article focuses on subprime lending in the rural areas of Ohio.
- Theoretical Channels Of International Transmission During The Subprime Crisis To OECD Countries: A FAVAR Model Under Bayesian Framework. KAABIA, Olfa; ABID, Ilyes // Journal of Applied Business Research;p443
An abstract of the article "Theoretical Channels of International Transmission During the Subprime Crisis to OECD Countries: A FAVAR Model Under Bayesian Framework," by Olfa Kaabia and Ilyes Abid is presented.
- Stalwart contributors help IBJ achieve 15-year mark. Katterjohn, Chris // Indianapolis Business Journal;5/8/95, Vol. 16 Issue 6, p9A
Acknowledges several columnists who contributed to the `Indianapolis Business Journal' in Indiana. Includes Rhoda Israelov; Bud Gremel; Steve Easton.
- Dull? That's not the way I figure it. Howell, Jamie // Wenatchee Business Journal;Jun98, Vol. 12 Issue 6, pB1
Focuses on the job of a business journalist. Comparison of the job of a business journalist to other journalists; Issues that make their job interesting; Trivia about business people.