The msnbc.com business section has picked up two awards from The Society of American Business Editors and Writers.
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"Still Made in America," a multipart series on U.S. manufacturing, received an award in the category of "creative use across multiple platforms" for large digital publishers. TheStreet.com and CNN Money.com also were recognized in the category.
SABEW also honored "The Clarks: An American Story of Wealth, Scandal and Mystery" with an award in the investigative category. The Huffington Post and TheStreet.com also were recognized in the category.
"It is an honor to be recognized by our business journalism peers," said Martin Wolk, executive business editor for msnbc.com. "But what really matters is reaching our audience with meaningful stories about subjects that shed a light on the economy and the world of business."
The awards were formally handed out Saturday at the group's annual conference in Dallas.
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