Congratulations to this year’s Pulitzer prize winners:

• The Washington Post won four Pulitzers;
• The New York Times won three;
• ProPublica became the first online, nonprofit news organization to win;
• Liaquat Ahamed for the historical work “Lords of Finance: The Bankers Who Broke the World; (NYT review here)

Category: Financial Press, Markets

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4 Responses to “Pulitzers to WaPo, NYT, Prop Publica, Liaquat Ahamed”

  1. Mike in Nola says:

    Well, I guess you can’t win ‘em all :(

    I did like the last one, though. It was written like most good history books, by fleshing out the personal lives of the main players.

  2. cheese says:

    I guess cynics and laymen alike would’ve been shocked if the National Enquirer won. Can’t say they didn’t earn one.

  3. S Brennan says:

    I followed the link to Liaquat Ahamed and read an interesting piece of idiocy…yep people in Floridan and California caused this mess…my country is doomed

  4. Greg0658 says:

    does a blog and a book full of dug up crud get you a nomination? does someone inside need to nominate the reporter? union dues into ____?

    BR – I caught you in ABC reruns while surfing – glad to see your still healthy & succinct – demo tape?
    Not sure you wanna go there – blog on David Shuster released while demo’g for CNN:
    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2010/04/09/msnbc-president-phil-grif_n_531437.html