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Latest Wins Earn Fortune 100th Major Journalism Prize

Fortune has won four more journalism awards, taking top prizes from the New York Press Club for consumer reporting, feature reporting, political reporting, and feature photography.

Congratulations to this latest round of honorees: Erika Fry and Claire Zillman, for their story, “HR Is Not Your Friend”; Jeff Ball, for “Lone Star Rising”; Peter Elkind, for “Billion-Dollar Loophole,” a joint publishing project between Fortune and ProPublica; and Sebastian Meyer, for his striking photos in Viv Walt’s “Blood, Sweat, and Batteries.”

With these wins, Fortune now has earned a cool 100 major journalism prizes in the past six years.

Fortune Journalists Continue to Receive Top Acclaim

Congratulations to Erika Fry, Michele Taylor, Kacy Burdette, Mia Diehl, Shawn Tully, and Ellen McGirt for their incredible work.

Erika Fry has won the 2018 prize for Public Service in Magazine Journalism for her story, “Critical Condition,” which ran in last year’s Fortune 500 issue. You can read her extraordinary reporting here.

Michele Taylor, Kacy Burdette, and Fortune Director of Photography, Mia Diehl, have been awarded the 2019 Excellence in Journalism Award in Feature Photography by The Society of Silurians, one of the oldest press clubs in the nation, for the gripping “Shrinking Middle Class” photo portfolio online here. Shawn Tully has also earned a “Merit” from the group for Fortune’s “Paper Jam” piece.

Ellen McGirt, writer of Fortune’s RaceAhead newsletter, has won a National Headliner Award for the “Best Blog”. Again, Shawn Tully gets a second-place nod for his feature writing and Geoff Colvin has taken in the same category.

Fortune Journalists Receive Top Honors at SABEW

Congratulations to Kristen Bellstrom, Beth Kowitt, Phil Wahba, Geoff Colvin, and Leigh Gallagher for their outstanding journalist achievements. The Society for Advancing Business Editing and Writing (SABEW) held its 24th annual “Best in Business” competition, and out of 946 entries from 175 competing news organizations, these Fortune journalists took top honors in four categories. If you haven’t had a chance to yet, you can read the winning pieces here, here, and here. You can also learn about the other winners and the awards here.

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