1 - Any journalist or media outlet (print, digital or broadcast) may enter submissions on a subject related to business, finance and/or economics.
2 - Individual authors may submit a maximum of two (2) submissions.
3 - Authors with joint bylines may submit a maximum of three (3) submissions.
4 - Each outlet is limited to two (2) submissions per category.
5 - The same submission may only be entered a maximum of two (2) times.
6 - Consideration is limited to items/elements published or broadcast in the United States in the calendar year 2020.
7 - Any significant challenge to the honesty, accuracy or fairness of an entry in any category, as well as responses to the challenge, should be included in the submission. Published letters of complaint, corrections or retractions are examples of items relevant to the judging process.
8 - All entries should include a cover letter. Any claims of significant impact or change resulting from the journalism contained in the submission, and referenced in the cover letter, must be accompanied by URLs supporting those claims.
9 - For the 2021 competition, the entry PDF is optional. Note: The judges' preference is to use the entry PDF for judging review when the submission's elements are all articles.
10 - Entries are only accepted via the official call-for-entries submissions website.