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ⓘ Morton Margolin Prize for Distinguished Business Reporting




                                     

ⓘ Morton Margolin Prize for Distinguished Business Reporting

The Morton Margolin Prize for Distinguished Business Reporting is an award for reporting in business journalism published in a Colorado newspaper or magazine. It is awarded by the University of Denver Daniels College of Business and the School of Communication.

                                     

1. Recipients

  • 2009: no award given
  • 2000: Tina Griego, Rocky Mountain News
  • 2004: Greg Griffin and Jeffrey Leib, The Denver Post
  • 1986: Michael Rounds, Rocky Mountain News
  • 1991: Jaye Scholl, Barrons
  • 1988: Henry Dubroff and Mark Tatge, The Denver Post
  • 1989: Mark Harden, The Herald Everett, Washington
  • 2001: Greg Griffin, The Denver Post
  • 1993: Garrison Wells, Denver Business Journal
  • 1995: Price Coleman, Rocky Mountain News
  • 1987: Suzanne Costas, Denver Business Journal
  • 1990: Don Knox, Rocky Mountain News
  • 1998: Michele S. Conklin, Rocky Mountain News
  • 2003: Louis Aguilar and Kevin Simpson, The Denver Post
  • 1981: Jerry Ruhl, Rocky Mountain News
  • 2005: Paul Beebe and Bryan Oller, The Gazette
  • 1996: John Accola, Rocky Mountain News
  • 2006: Allen Best, ColoradoBiz
  • 1997: Alan Prendergast, Westword
  • 1983: Joe Weber, Rocky Mountain News
  • 1985: Glenn Meyers and Jeff Rundles, Rocky Mountain Business Journal
  • 2007: David Olinger and Aldo Svaldi, The Denver Post
  • 2002: Shannon Joyce Neal, The Daily Sentinel
  • 1994: Julie Hutchinson, Colorado Business
  • 2008: Gargi Chakrabarty, Rocky Mountain News
  • 1992: Andy van De Voorde, Westword
  • 1999: Al Lewis, Rocky Mountain News
  • 1984: Gail Pits, The Denver Post
  • 1980: Alan Gersten, Rocky Mountain News
  • 1982: William Boas, Jr, Colorado Business