Since BUSINESS WEEK devotes much effort to tracking globalization of business and gauging the impact of new technology, we are particularly gratified when our coverage is honored by journalistic awards.
Here are the latest examples, for 1992: The Overseas Press Club has designated "Detroit South" (Mar. 16), on automobile manufacturing in Mexico, the best business and economic reporting from abroad by a magazine. The same club has chosen "Growth vs. Environment" (May 11) as the best reporting on environmental issues in any medium.
On the technology front, the Computer Press Assn. awarded its prize for the best feature reporting in a general-interest publication to "Deconstructing the Computer Industry" (Nov. 23), our analysis of the fragmentation of the computer industry and what it means for the industry and business in general. The awards are further recognition of our extensive worldwide network of editors and correspondents. Their job, as always, is to serve our seven million readers.