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Carol Loomis Named to NY Journalism Hall of Fame

Carol Loomis, Fortune’s senior editor-at-large, has been inducted into the Deadline Club’s New York Journalism Hall of Fame. The 84-year-old Loomis was one of eight honored during a lunch at Sardi’s.

Loomis, who started at Fortune 60 years ago, was one of the first prominent female financial journalists. In her acceptance speech, she joked, “I will confess that almost all my inspiration has come from one emotion, fear. And terrible dread of the moment when I will finally be exposed as a fraud.”

Loomis is, according to Fortune’s editors, “the soul” of the magazine.

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Jimmy Breslin is A-OK with New York Journalism Hall of Fame Honor

“I’ll accept all awards!” the 82-year-old Breslin told New York Daily News reporter Stephen Rex Brown after learning that he, along with seven others, will be inducted in November to the Deadline Club’s revived New York Journalism Hall of Fame.

Breslin is an emblem of a bygone daily newspaper era. The November 14 honor at Sardi’s is a nice addition to a career that also encompasses the 1986 Pulitzer Prize for Commentary. Breslin told Brown he’s working right now on a novel and that his success tracks back to Queens:

“If you were in Ozone Park when my career started, you would have known I was going to get here!” said Breslin. “Because Ozone Park was a place that you had to work hard — and that brings vast rewards.”

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