Two Center projects win 'Best in Business' award

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The Society of American Business Editors and Writers (SABEW) has announced two Center for Public Integrity projects as winners of its 18th Best in Business competition, which honors excellence in business journalism across all news platforms:

Skin & Bone: The Shadowy Trade in Human Body Parts

Contributors: Kate Willson, Gerard Ryle, Mike Hudson, Kimberley Porteous, David Donald and Marina Walker Guevara, The International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (USA) Vlad Lavrov, The Kiev Post (Ukraine) Martina Keller, freelance (Germany) Thomas Maier, Newsday and News12 Long Island (USA) Sandra Bartlett, Joe Shapiro and Susanne Reber, National Public Radio (USA) Mar Cabra, freelance (Spain) William Venuti and Antonio Aldo Palaleo, The Daily Slovakia (Slovakia) and La Voce della Repubblica Ceca (Czech Rep.) Alexenia Dimitrova, 24 Chasa (Bulgaria) Nari Kim, Channel A (South Korea)

Fraud and Folly: The Untold Story of General Electric’s Subprime Debacle

Contributors: Michael Hudson, Scott Reckard

More than 200 working journalists and academics served as judges, sifting through the record 1,120 entries from 195 news outlets across 68 categories.