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Kocieniewski wins the August Sidney Award for Exposing the Goldman Sachs ‘Metal Merry-go-Round’

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August, 2013

David Kocieniewski

David Kocieniewski wins the August Sidney Award for revealing how Goldman Sachs is driving up the price of aluminum by shuffling metal between multiple Detroit-area warehouses to prolong storage times and thereby collect additional rent from the owners of the metal.Continue reading...

Grabell wins the July Sidney Award for his portrait of our “permatemp” nation

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July, 2013

Michael Grabell

Michael Grabell wins the July Sidney Award for “The Expendables: How the Temps Who Power Corporate Giants are Getting Crushed.” Grabell documents how corporate America eliminated countless full-time jobs and replaced them with a shifting cast of exploitable “permatemps.”Continue reading...

Manik, Greenhouse, and Yardley win the May Sidney Award for their coverage of the Rana Plaza factory collapse in Bangladesh

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May, 2013

Julfikar Ali ManikSteven GreenhouseJim Yardley

Manik, Greenhouse, and Yardley win the May Sidney Award for their coverage of the Rana Plaza factory collapse in BangladeshContinue reading...

Joe and Harry Gantz Win April Sidney for “American Winter,” an HBO documentary about middle-class families falling into poverty

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April, 2013

Joe GantzHarry Gantz

Joe and Harry Gantz won the April Sidney Award for American Winter, a documentary that follows eight Portland, Oregon-area families struggling to survive the winter of 2011/2012 in the grip of the Great Recession.Continue reading...

Arizona Republic Wins February Sidney for Exposing a Faulty HPV Test Linked to False-Negative Results and Undetected Cancers

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February, 2013

Bob Ortega

Bob Ortega of the Arizona Republic wins the February Sidney Award for sounding the alarm about a faulty test for HPV, the virus that causes most cervical cancer. Each year, about 12,000 women are diagnosed with cervical cancer and about 4,000 die of the disease. Continue reading...

Bloomberg News Wins January Sidney for A Tale of Two McDonald's

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January, 2013

Leslie Patton

Leslie Patton of Bloomberg News wins the January Sidney Award for a hard-hitting joint profile of a McDonald’s fry cook and the company’s CEO. This "Tale of Two McDonald’s" shows how the explosive growth of fast food has generated fat profits for executives and shareholders but left workers behind.Continue reading...

Josh Eidelson of The Nation Wins December Sidney for Coverage of Historic Walmart Strike

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December, 2012

Josh Eidelson

Josh Eidelson of The Nation wins the December Sidney Award for his coverage of the historic Black Friday strike at Walmart and the ongoing strike wave moving through Walmart’s supply chain.Continue reading...