The ultimate guide to financial reporting, from theEditor-in-Chief of Bloomberg News The Bloomberg Way: A Guide for Reporters and Editors isthe ultimate handbook for business and financial reporting. Acompilation of more than two decades worth of wisdom and experiencefrom one of the world´s largest news organizations, the bookcontains the information and guidance reporters, editors, andstudents need to be first, fastest, and factual. Bloomberg NewsEditor-in-Chief Matthew Winkler guides readers through the entirereporting process, relating best practices and warning againstcommon mistakes. More than ever before, accurate reporting is crucial, asincreasing numbers of people and institutions are affected by whathappens on Wall Street, and information can move global markets.The Bloomberg Way: A Guide for Reporters and Editors detailsboth the preparation and production aspects that produce greatnews, and provides an inside look at the methods used by an elitefinancial reporting institution. The book goes well beyond´´Journalism 101´´ to provide guidance specific to business andfinancial reporting, empowering reporters and editors to developtheir own methods within the guidelines of solid, ethicalreporting. Topics include: * Style, voice, jargon, and why good writing matters * Stocks, bonds, currencies, and covering markets * Debt, earnings, M&A, and reporting on companies * Government financing, opinion polls, and following themoney The book also provides guidance on taking an idea from pitch topublication, and includes extensive information on publicresponsibility, libel, transparency, and other ethical issues.Between the 24-hour news cycle and the current economic climate,financial reporters need to break news accurately andinformatively. The Thirteenth Edition of The Bloomberg Way: AGuide for Reporters and Editors is the definitive guide toreporting and editing the story of money and finance.
Whip-smart, and with a ripped-from-the-headlines attitude, this book is a call to arms, demonstrating the unique ability of graphic design to speak truth to power. Part personal history, part design philosophy, and part advocacy, this volume showcases the arresting work of Oliver Munday. Employing humor and menace in equal measure, Munday wields graphic design as a tool of empowerment, activism, and resistance. Drawing from the history and utility of twentieth- century agitprop, from Russian Constructivism to the Black Panthers, Munday updates a timeless medium for the social media age with his stark and often unsettling imagery. Drawing on the madness of the 24-hour news cycle, Munday´s work has been featured on the op-ed pages of the New York Times, the New Yorker, Time Magazine, and the Atlantic. Munday exploits a digital platform to poke fun at the 2016 presidential election, renounces warfare in the age of drones, and examines the tragic legacies of Trayvon Martin and Eric Garner, offering a perspective that must not be overlooked. His design, reflecting influences from Paul Rand to Globe Poster, champions a think more, design less philosophy with the ultimate goal to provoke contem-plation and even meaningful action.