‘No Comment’: The Death of Business Reporting

More and more companies won’t talk with the press, and that’s bad for everyone

Washington Post
Jul 10, 2018 · 8 min read
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By Steven Pearlstein

Recently I went looking for a well-run company to write about — the sort of corporate profile that used to be the bread and butter of business reporting. I quickly hit upon Clorox, which regularly shows up on…

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