2005 Winners

CATEGORY A: LARGE NEWSPAPERS


Walt Bogdanich of The New York Times poses for the camera after winning in the large newspapers category.

"Death on the Tracks" by Walt Bogdanich, The New York Times


CATEGORY B: MEDIUM NEWSPAPERS


Jeff Plungis (left) and Bill Vlasic (right) of The Detroit News celebrate their victory in the medium newspapers category with presenter Ron Insana of CNBC.

"Danger Overhead: Crushed Roofs" by Bill Vlasic and Jeff Plungis, The Detroit News

1. "Thousands killed, hurt as auto roofs collapse"
2. "Seat belts not enough to save lives in rollovers"
3. "Feds, Big Three gird for roof showdown"


CATEGORY C: SMALL NEWSPAPERS


This year's award in the small newspaper category went to Craig Troianello (left) of The Yakima Herald Republic. He is congratulated by presenter Bruce G. Willison (right), Dean of UCLA Anderson School of Management.

"The China Challenge" by Craig Troianello, Yakima (WA) Herald-Republic

1. "Apples to Apples"
2. "Apples feed economy"
3. "Peering into the future"
4. "Meeting and competing"


CATEGORY D: MAGAZINES


Clifton Leaf (left) of Fortune and Charles Fishman (right) of Fast Company are the two winners of the 2005 Loeb Award in the magazines category.

"The Toll of a New Machine" by Charles Fishman, Fast Company

 

"Why We're Losing the War on Cancer (and How to Win It)" by Clifton Leaf, Fortune


CATEGORY E: COMMENTARY


Peter Eavis (right) from TheStreet.com is this year's winner in the commentary category. He is pictured with presenter Rik Kirkland, Global Editor of Fortune.

"Cracks in Fannie Mae’s Foundation" by Peter Eavis, TheStreet.com

1. "Fannie's Fearsome New Year Challenge"
2. "Freddie Flap Highlights Fannie Flaw"
3. "A New Reason to Fret About Fannie"
4. "Fannie Flap Points to Options Grants"
5. "Falcon Has Landed at Fannie Mae"
6. "Fannie Probe Turns to Derivatives"
7. "Fannie Fight Ready to Get Nastier"


CATEGORY F: DEADLINE WRITING


Steve Lohr (left) and Andrew Ross Sorkin (right) from The New York Times accept their Loeb award in the deadline writing category on behalf of their co-authors David Barboza, Gary Rivlin and John Markoff (all not pictured).

"End of an Era" by Andrew Ross Sorkin, Steve Lohr, David Barboza, Gary Rivlin and John Markoff,The New York Times




CATEGORY G: BEAT WRITING


The Wall Street Journal's Ellen Schultz (left) and Theo Francis (right) are honored with the award in the beat writing category by presenter Lionel Barber, U.S. Managing Editor of the Financial Times.

"The Short Life of 'Lifetime' Health-Care Benefits" by Ellen E. Schultz and Theo Francis,The Wall Street Journal


CATEGORY H: NEWS SERVICES OR ONLINE CONTENT


Carol Remond (left) of Dow Jones Newswires accepts her award in the news services or online content category from presenter Jill Dutt, Assistant Managing Editor of The Washington Post.

"Exposing Small-Cap Fraud" by Carol S. Remond, Dow Jones Newswires


CATEGORY I: TELEVISION DEADLINE

Berman and Cuomo
ABC News: Primetime received the Loeb Award in the television deadline category. Thomas Berman (left), and Chris Cuomo (right) accept the award from presenter Mark Morrison, Managing Editor of BusinessWeek. (Additional winners Shelley Ross, Bob Lange and Jack Pyle are not pictured).

"Money for Nothing?" by Chris Cuomo, Shelley Ross, Bob Lange, Thomas Berman and Jack Pyle, ABC News: Primetime


CATEGORY J: TELEVISION ENTERPRISE

No finalists were announced in the television enterprise category. The judging committee has chosen not to select a Loeb winner in the television enterprise category for 2005.