Where The Business Press Is Taking Baby StepsKaren Pennar
Sometimes one has to travel a long way to appreciate the privileges one enjoys at home. In nearly 20 years as a business journalist, I've never been threatened by goons, never been offered money to write a story, never been asked to pay for information. I've earned a decent living, and if I had to travel, my employer footed the bill. Most other American journalists would say the same.
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