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Webinar: Author Rob Copeland on The Fund: Ray Dalio, Bridgewater Associates and the Unraveling of a Wall Street Legend

New York Times journalist Rob Copeland discusses what it took to report and write his book, The Fund: Ray Dalio, Bridgewater Associates and the Unraveling of a Wall Street Legend. The book dispels the image of Bridgewater Associates' founder and CEO Ray Dalio as a hedge fund god, revealing that his widely promoted principles and leadership style created a toxic culture within the firm he built and details how high-profile leaders were taken in by him.

Webinar: 2023 Impact Award Panel/Friends of the Court

ProPublica reporters Justin Elliott, Josh Kaplan and Brett Murphy, recipients of the New York Financial Writers' Association's 2023 Impact Award for Distinguished Financial Journalism, discuss their winning series, “Friends of the Court: Scotus Justices’ Beneficial Relationships With Billionaire Donors” with NYFWA board member Greg Miles.

Webinar: Making Substack Work for You

Danielle DiMartino Booth, CEO & chief strategist for QI Research and the author of FED UP: An Insider’s Take on Why the Federal Reserve is Bad for America, discusses why she chose to use Substack to distribute her company’s newsletters and how she has gone about building up a following. The conversation is facilitated by Peter Coy, an economic writer for the New York Times Opinion and NYFWA’s immediate past president.

NYFWA Names ProPublica Journalists Winners of 2023 Impact Award for Distinguished Financial Journalism; April 11 Event

New York, NY, February 21, 2024 –The New York Financial Writers’ Association announced today that ProPublica reporters Justin ElliottJosh Kaplan, Brett Murphy and Alex Mierjeski have been named winners of the 2023 Impact Award for Distinguished Financial Journalism. The award is for a series of articles investigating conflict of interest, failed oversight and ethical indiscretions at the nation’s highest court.

Webinar: 2022 Impact Award Panel Discussion

Wall Street Journal reporters Jeff Horwitz, Emily Glazer and Keach Hagey discuss the Facebook Files -a package of articles that demonstrated Facebook's knowledge of the toxicity of Instagram for teenage girls that was awarded the New York Financial Writers' Association's 2022 Impact Award for Distinguished Financial Journalism. The discussion, which examines the ongoing impact of the articles, is facilitated by NYFWA board member Greg Miles.


Webinar: Turn Your Beat Reporting into a Book: The Inside Story of Wonder Boy

Reporters Angel Au-Yeung of the Wall Street Journal, and David Jeans of Forbes, discuss how they turned their reporting on the mysterious death of Zappos founder Tony Hsieh into a book. The discussion is facilitated by NYFWA vice president Olivia Carville of Bloomberg.

Webinar: Twitter Alternatives for Disseminating News

Kat Borgerding, senior editor, social and engagement, MarketWatch; Zoë Szathmary, deputy digital managing editor at Barron's; Kathryn Lurie, editor-in-charge, social media at Reuters; Ian Donnis, political reporter for The Public's Radio, Rhode Island's NPR member station; and Steve Gelsi, senior reporter, MarketWatch and board member of NYFWA discuss how media outlets are broadening their reach beyond Twitter to other platforms and methods.


Webinar: The Art of the Scoop With David Faber

CNBC reporter and co-anchor David Faber discusses topics including how financial journalism has changed, how he consistently breaks leading financial news stories, and how he has become a journalistic master at both breaking news and executing broad, insightful TV documentaries during his more than 25 years at the network with veteran financial journalist and NYFWA board member Greg Miles.  


Webinar: The Impact of #MeToo on Wall Street, Corporate America & the Media

Maria Aspan, a senior writer at Fortune MagazineJulie Roginsky, co-founder of Lift Our Voices and president of Comprehensive Communications Group; and Sylvia Ann Hewlett, author of “#MeToo in the Corporate World: Power, Privilege, and the Path Forward” discuss how well news organizations have covered the issue and how some investors now regard the presence of women in key leadership spots as a deciding factor in investing in a company, among other topics.

Webinar: Personal Branding for Journalists -The What, Why & How

High-profile journalists Joe Weisenthal (@thestalwart), a Bloomberg News editor and co-host of the Odd Lots podcast, Katie Robertson (@katie_robertson), who covers media for The New York Times, and