Who's Running the Company
This Guide is designed for reporters and editors who already have some experience covering business and finance. The goal is to help journalists develop stories that examine how a company is governed, and spot events that may have serious consequences for the company’s survival, shareholders and stakeholders.
To report professionally, business journalists today need a solid understanding of how modern companies are run, the conditions necessary for their success and the challenges and issues that confront them. Specifically, journalists who value good corporate governance practices will earn their peers’ respect and build trusted working relationships with the companies they cover.
This Guide builds on the Forum’s and IFC’s experience in providing training for business reporters, and its work in producing internationally acknowledged corporate governance capacity-building tools and knowledge materials. It covers important topics on corporate governance and provides examples and case studies on investigative journalism based on contributions from experienced journalists and drawing on our own observations.
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