Five ProPublica projects are finalists for the 2023 Gerald Loeb Awards for Distinguished Business and Financial Journalism:
“The Landlord & The Tenant,” by ProPublica reporter Ken Armstrong and Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reporter Raquel Rutledge, was named a finalist in the explanatory category.
ProPublica reporter Cezary Podkul’s three-part series on fraudulent online investment schemes was named a finalist in the feature category.
“How Foreign Private Equity Hooked New England’s Fishing Industry,” by Will Sennott, a reporter for The New Bedford Light, a Local Reporting Network partner, was named a finalist in the local category.
“Rent Barons,” with contributions from Heather Vogell, Haru Coryne, Erin Smith and Ryan Little, was named a finalist in the personal finance and consumer reporting category.
“A Uranium Ghost Town in the Making,” with contributions from Mark Olalde, Maya Miller, Mauricio Rodríguez Pons and photojournalist Ed Ou, was named a finalist in the visual storytelling category.