Loeb Awards identify 2022 finalists



The G. and R. Loeb Foundation Inc. and UCLA Anderson School of Management declared Thursday the profession honoree and competitiveness finalists of the 2022 Gerald Loeb Awards for Distinguished Small business and Money Journalism.

The winners will be announced for the duration of the initially in-individual Loeb Awards occasion in a few decades on Thursday, Sept. 29, 2022, at Capitale in New York Metropolis.

The Gerald Loeb Awards ended up established in 1957 by the late Gerald Loeb, a founding companion of E.F. Hutton. In 1973, Loeb appointed UCLA Anderson the steward of the G. and R. Loeb Foundation. The Gerald Loeb Awards were established to stimulate and guidance reporting on organization and finance that inform and safeguard the private investor and the typical public. The awards are considered the highest honor in business journalism in the United States.

The adhering to 2022 finalists were chosen between 498 entries submitted in all media by local, regional and national retailers and particular person journalists:


“‘We’re Coming for You’: For Public Health Officials, a 12 months of Threats and Menace” – Kaiser Overall health Information and This American Lifetime

Anna Maria Barry-Jester and Miki Meek

“Immediate Jeopardy: Demise and Neglect in California Nursing Homes – KPCC (Southern California Public Radio)

Aaron Mendelson and Elly Yu

“How the Federal government Can help Buyers Invest in Cellular Residence Parks, Raise Hire and Evict People” – NPR

Chris Arnold, James Sneed, Robert Benincasa, Sara Sarasohn, Mary Childs, David Blanchard, Alex Goldmark, Uri Berliner and Pallavi Gogo


“Airbnb’s Nightmare” – Bloomberg News

Olivia Carville

“Pipeline Connections” – E&E News

Mike Soraghan

“How the Earth Ran Out of Everything” – The New York Situations

Peter S. Goodman

“The Facebook Files” – The Wall Avenue Journal

Jeff Horwitz, Ga Wells, Deepa Seetharaman, Keach Hagey, Justin Scheck, Newley Purnell, Sam Schechner and Emily Glazer

“The Truth of the matter Guiding Hospital Prices” – The Wall Road Journal

Anna Wilde Mathews, Tom McGinty and Melanie Evans


“The Week That Altered China” – Bloomberg Information

Staff members of Bloomberg

“60 Minutes: The Fb Whistleblower” – CBS News/60 MINUTES

Monthly bill Owens, Tanya Simon, Scott Pelley, Maria Gavrilovic, Alex Ortiz and Michael Mongulla

“The imposition of Archegos” – The Monetary Times

Ortenca Aliaj, Eric Platt, Kaye Wiggins, Katie Martin, Tabby Kinder, Leo Lewis, Stephen Morris, Jung-a Track and Edward White


“The GameStop Frenzy” – The Wall Avenue Journal

Juliet Chung, Gunjan Banerji, Julia-Ambra Verlaine, Caitlin McCabe and Akane Otani


“Shirley Leung, Columnist” – The Boston World

Shirley Leung

“Auto Insurance coverage Columns” – Crain’s Detroit Enterprise

Chad Livengood

“S. Mitra Kalita” – TIME and Constitution

Mitra Kalita

“Everything Screams Inflation” – The Wall Road Journal

James Mackintosh


“The ESG Mirage” – Bloomberg Businessweek and Bloomberg Green

Cam Simpson, Akshat Rathi, Saijel Kishan, Ben Elgin and Rachel Adams-Heard

“The Methane Menace” – Bloomberg Businessweek and Bloomberg Green

Zachary R. Mider, Rachel Adams-Listened to, Alan Jeffries, Aaron Clark, Matthew Campbell, Hayley Warren and Akshat Rathi

“Alana Semuels on the Offer Chain” – TIME

Alana Semuels

“Inside TikTok’s Dangerously Addictive Algorithm” – The Wall Street Journal

Rob Barry, Ga Wells, John West, Joanna Stern, Frank Matt, Tawnell D. Hobbs, Yoree Koh, Jason French and Julie Jargon


“The Lobster Trap” – The Boston World and The Portland Push Herald

Penelope Overton, Jenna Russell and David Abel

“Revolt of the Delivery Workers” – New York Magazine and The Verge

Josh Dzieza

“Abandoned at Sea” – The Wall Street Journal

Joe Parkinson, Drew Hinshaw and Vipal Monga

Intercontinental FINALISTS

“The Amazon Is Fast Approaching a Level of No Return” – Bloomberg Businessweek and Bloomberg Environmentally friendly

Jessica Brice and Michael Smith

“China Propaganda” – The New York Moments and ProPublica

Paul Mozur, Raymond Zhong, Jeff Kao, Aaron Krolik, Aliza Aufrichtig, Muyi Xiao, Nailah Morgan and Grey Beltran

“The Pegasus Task: A Worldwide Investigation” – The Washington Publish, The Guardian US and Forbidden Stories (Community)

Dana Priest, Craig Timberg, Soud Mekhennet, Reed Albergotti, Stephanie Kichgaessner, Elodie Guéguen and Drew Harwell


“Unchecked: America’s Damaged Food items Safety System” – ProPublica

Bernice Yeung, Michael Grabell, Irena Hwang, Mollie Simon, Andrea Suozzo, Ash Ngu and Maryam Jameel

“Poisoned” – Tampa Bay Periods and PBS Frontline

Corey G. Johnson, Rebecca Woolington and Eli Murray


“Unfair Burden” – Houston Chronicle

Mike Morris, John Tedesco and Stephanie Lamm

“East Side Land Grab” – The Kansas Metropolis Star

Eric Adler, Mike Hendricks, Kevin Hardy and Cortlynn Stark

“Black Snow: Major Sugar’s Burning Problem” – The Palm Seashore Write-up and ProPublica

Lulu Ramadan, Ash Ngu, Maya Miller and Nadia Sussman

“How Pennsylvania’s Major Pension Fund Squandered Billions, Hurt Taxpayers and Brought on an FBI Investigation” – The Philadelphia Inquirer and Highlight PA

Craig McCoy, Joseph DiStefano and Angela Couloumbis


“How American Car Buyers Are Getting Taken for a Ride and Drowning in Debt: A Consumer Reviews Investigation” – Purchaser Studies

Ryan Felton, Joel Keehn, Margot Gilman, Andy Bergmann, Tracy Anderman, and Jamison Pfeifer

“Bill of the Month” – Kaiser Health and fitness Information and NPR

Workers of Kaiser Wellness Information and NPR

“Amazon’s Advantage” – The Markup

Adrianne Jeffries, Leon Yin, Evelyn Larrubia, Gabriel Hongsdusit, Ben Tanen, Micha Gorelick, Ritu Ghiya and Jeff Crouse

“How America’s Foods Protection System Unsuccessful to Cease a Salmonella Epidemic” – ProPublica

Bernice Yeung, Michael Grabell, Irena Hwang, Mollie Simon, Andrea Suozzo, Ash Ngu and Maryam Jameel


“The Within Story of the Ship That Broke World-wide Trade” – Bloomberg Information

Matthew Campbell, Kit Chellel, K Oahn Ha, Angus Bennett, Jeffrey Grocott and Carla Howe

“CBS Mornings: Robinhood Steals a Life” – CBS Information

Tony Dokoupil, Michael Kaplan, Martin Finn, Shawna Thomas, Peter Burgess, Len Tepper, Brian Bingham, Jennie Kamin and Robert Kaplan

“Framing Britney Spears” – The New York Periods, Forex and Hulu

Liz Working day and Samantha Stark

“How TikTok’s Algorithm Figures Out Your Deepest Desires” – The Wall Avenue Journal

Joanna Stern, Frank Matt, Rob Barry, John West, Ga Wells, Darnell Stalworth, Robert Libetti, Christina Vallice, Christopher S. Stewart and William Mata


“Visualizing the Worldwide Offer Chain Crunch” – Bloomberg News

Ian King, Adrian Leung, Demetrios Pogkas, Marcy Nicholson, Dave Merrill, Cedric Sam, Augusta Saraiva, Brendan Murray, Rachael Dottle, Christopher Cannon, Jeremy Scott Diamond, David Marino, Alex Tribou, Yue Qiu, Alistair Barr, Farah Shulman, Maria Wooden and Graham Morrison

“3-D Worlds” – The New York Situations

Employees of The New York Times

“Sacrifice Zones: Mapping Cancer-Producing Industrial Air Pollution” – ProPublica, The Texas Tribune and Mountain State Highlight

Al Shaw, Lylla Younes, Ava Kofman, Lisa Track, Max Blau, Kiah Collier, Ken Ward Jr., Alyssa Johnson, Maya Miller, Lucas Waldron and Kathleen Flynn

The closing judging panel elected not to existing the Minard Editor Award this cycle. This year’s Minard Editor nominees will be deemed for the 2023 award. The Loeb Awards workplaces will make contact with submitters if the resubmission of a nomination is essential to comply with any revisions to the policies, specifications or treatments for profession nominations when declared.

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