"Financial journalism doesn’t have much of a tradition of muckraking and investigative reporting. It has mostly been about identifying the ‘heroes’ and building stories around them. In other words, like much of journalism, it is one step up from stenography. Look at it this way, the financial press has been no more enlightening about the Ponzi schemes of the last five years than the political press was about the lead-up to the Iraq war.”Joel Dreyfuss, antiguo periodista de Fortune. Más, aquí.