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New York Times, CNBC, Vanity Fair Each Take Home Two Loeb Biz-Journalism Awards

Last night, the UCLA Anderson School of Management announced the winners of the Gerald Loeb Awards, which recognize outstanding reporting on business. Cable-news channel CNBC, newspaper/website The New York Times and culture magazine Vanity Fair each took home two Loeb awards. The Times actually won a few more if you count one for M&A reporter Andrew Ross Sorkin‘s book Too Big to Fail and a lifetime achievement award for the paper’s assistant investigative editor Walt Bogdanich.

A more complete list of winners is available here.

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