Friday, March 28, 2008

Best in the business

SABEW, the Society of Business Editors and Writers, has named the winners in its 13th annual "Best in Business" contest, and McClatchy publications have captured 11 awards.

The Charlotte Observer received – get this – five awards, including Overall Excellence for mid-sized newspapers.

They were joined in the Overall Excellence winners' circle by the Miami Herald (large papers) and the News Tribune in Tacoma, winner in the under-125,000 class.

In all, we had winners at Charlotte, Fort Worth, Tacoma, Miami and Kansas City. Business news has never been more important, and we're thrilled to be offering our readers this first-rate coverage.

For details, here's a news story listing winners; SABEW promises judges' comments soon at its website.

1 comment:

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