The Washington Put up and the Monetary Occasions each received three Gerald Loeb Awards, thought-about the best awards in enterprise journalism, introduced Thursday at a dinner in New York.
Greg Jaffe of the Washington Put up received the characteristic writing class for “The Recession’s Attain in Florida.”
The Put up and The Wall Avenue Journal tied within the beat reporting class. For the Put up, the entry was “Important Staff on the Entrance Strains” by Kimberly Kindy, Taylor Telford, Robert Klemko, Abha Bhattarai, Nicole Dungca, Jenn Abelson and Meryl Kornfield.
For The Journal, the entry was “Amazon’s Abuses” by Dana Mattioli, Cara Lombardo, Endurance Haggin and Shane Shifflett.
Columnist Michelle Singletary of The Washington Put up received the commentary award.
The FT received within the breaking information class for “Collapse of Wirecard.” The journalists are Dan McCrum, Olaf Storbeck, Sam Jones, Paul Murphy, Helen Warrell, Henry Foy, Max Seddon, Andrew England and Erika Solomon.
The FT’s protection of Wirecard additionally received within the investigative class, together with Bloomberg Information, whose investigative entry was “Hooked on Revenue” by Cam Simpson, Michael Smith and Nacha Cattan.
The FT and “Frontline” additionally received within the video class for “Opioids Inc.”
Within the worldwide class, the winner was “Fruits of Labor” by Related Press reporters Margie Mason and Robin McDowell.
The private finance and shopper reporting class winner was “Evenflo, Maker of the ‘Huge Child’ Booster Seat, Put Income Over Youngster Security” by ProPublica reporters Daniela Porat, Patricia Callahan and Lucas Waldron.
Within the native class, the winner was “Deceit, Disrepair and Loss of life Inside a Southern California Rental Empire” by KPCC Southern California Radio and LAist. The reporters are Aaron Mendelson, Rina Palta, Chava Sanchez, Shana Daloria and Priska Neely.
Within the visible storytelling class, the winner was “Visualizing the Pandemic Economic system” by a group at The New York Occasions.
Kiera Feldman of the Los Angeles Occasions received within the explanatory class for “Fumed Out.”