The Financial Times has won two awards in the Society of American Business Editors and Writers’ (SABEW) 16th annual Best in Business Contest, recognizing the finest business news reporting in 2010.
FT Alphaville took the honor in the blog category, and John Gapper’s Column, which appears in the FT and on FT.com every Thursday, won for best opinion/column. Contributors to FT Alphaville are Neil Hume (editor), Tracy Alloway (deputy editor) and reporters Izabella Kaminska, Joseph Cotterill, Cardiff Garcia, John McDermott, Gwen Robinson and Bryce Elder.
This year’s contest generated over 900 entries, the largest pool in the history of the awards, from a wide range of news organizations across the United States. Further information about SABEW’s Best in Business Contest can be found at www.sabew.org.