Bloomberg News Wins Seven SABEW Best in Business Awards

The Society for Advancing Business Editing and Writing (SABEW) announced that Bloomberg has won seven 2021 Best in Business Awards and three honorable mentions. The awards recognize excellence in business journalism.

Bloomberg News winners are:

Data Journalism
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Bloomberg News; “Race and Recovery
Andre Tarter, Olivia Rockeman, Christopher Cannon, Catarina Saraiva, Alex Tanzi and Shruti Singh

International Reporting
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Bloomberg Green; “Methane Emissions
Aaron Clark, Matthew Campbell, Lauren Millan Lombrana, Stephen Stapczynski, Akshat Rathi, Godfrey Marawanyika

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Bloomberg News; “Crypto Craze
Misyrlena Egkolfopoulou, Charlie Wells

Personal Finance
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Bloomberg News; “At 93, She Waged War on JPMorgan—and Her Own Grandsons
Tom Schoenberg, Matt Goldman

Real Estate
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Bloomberg News; “A Trump Tax Break Kicked Off a Race to Redraw U.S. Census Maps
Noah Buhayar, Lydia O’Neal, Dave Merrill, Jason Grotto

Large division
Bloomberg News; “Amazon’s Machine Bosses
Matt Day, Spencer Soper

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Bloomberg Green; Methane Menace Video Series
Jordan Oplinger, Alan Jeffries, Zachary R. Mider, Rachel Adams-Heard

The three honorable mentions include “The Collapse of Archegos Capital Management,” by Erik Schatzker, Sridhar Natarajan, Katherine Burton, Sonali Basak in the Banking/Finance category; Tiffany Kary’s The Dose in the Newsletter category; and “Fake Meat Gets a Reality Check,” by Deena Shanker, Leslie Patton in the Retail category.

See the complete list of the 2021 SABEW Best in Business Awards here.