Starkman spent eight years at The Wall Street Journal, where he covered white-collar crime, the paper industry, and served as national real estate writer, exploring, among other investigative stories, the troubled reconstruction of the World Trade Center.
A former chief of The Providence Journal’s investigative unit, he helped lead the team that won the 1994 Pulitzer Prize for Investigations for a probe of Rhode Island’s court system. From May 2005 to January 2006, he covered white-collar crime and insurance on a contract in the New York bureau of The Washington Post.
30 marzo 2007
Nuevo responsable para The Audit
Dean Starkman, antiguo redactor del Wall Street Journal es el nuevo responsable del blog The Audit de la Columbia Journalism Review, centrado en la crítica del periodismo financiero, según una nota de prensa publicada en el web de Romenesko: