Reuters Investigates

Vietnam’s Capitalist Roaders

January 14, 2011

A woman dressed in the traditional Vietnamese “ao dai”costume serves tea to Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung (front R) during the opening ceremony of the 11th Party Congress in Hanoi January 12, 2011

Somebody’s been making money on Ford

January 7, 2011

Here’s a line from our special report on Ford from Detroit today, by Bernie Woodall and Kevin Krolicki, who spent some quality time with Bill Ford earlier this week.

Congratulations to Murray Waas

January 5, 2011

WAASMurray Waas is picking up the prestigious Barlett & Steele award today in Phoenix for his special report on health insurers dropping patients after they were diagnosed with breast cancer.

Solar energy vs wildlife

January 5, 2011

Sarah McBride reports on brewing battles between environmentalists in her special report: “With solar power, it’s Green vs. Green.”

Let’s be ethical, economists say

January 3, 2011

Last month’s special report “For some professors, disclosure is academic” has been making waves in the academic world, as this story shows:

Jerry Brown is back

January 3, 2011

The new year brings a new set of politicians into office, including California Governor Jerry Brown. As Nichola Groom reports, he has his work cut out for him.

Coming to America, for a price

December 22, 2010

Jim Kelleher and Karin Matz teamed up with Reuters reporters in South Korea and China for a special report on what has become a cottage industry profiting from a program that allows foreigners who invest in certain small U.S. businesses to get on the fast track to U.S. residency and citizenship.

Making money for taxpayers from AIG?

December 21, 2010

The U.S. Treasury plans two large AIG stock sales in 2011 and is mulling ways to maximize its returns as it extricates itself from the unpopular bailout, we reported today in our special report “Inside AIG’s tortuous turnaround.”

Full disclosure, or not

December 20, 2010

USA/Our latest special report, “For some professors, disclosure is academic,” examines the question of academic independence in the world of economics.

Dumb money on Wall Street

December 20, 2010

Jonathan Spicer’s special report on dumb money in the stock market shows how a few powerful financial institutions make money from retail investors, and why the system is coming under scrutiny.