“Night after night, Mason took pains to help his viewers understand what was unfolding on Wall Street and in Washington — and, most important, why they should care when a powerful company in New York blow ups,” writes Friedman. “In his reporting, Mason took a complex subject and made it television-friendly.”
• Previously: Friedman describes Mason as a “master storyteller.”
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