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"Tom Brown joined Reuters in Panama in the late 1980s and wound up back in his native New York, working as a desk editor, after being expelled by Panamanian strongman Manuel Antonio Noriega. A seasoned all-rounder, he has covered financial markets in New York and served as bureau chief in Detroit in addition to postings as a senior correspondent in Latin America. A graduate of City College of New York, Brown often recalls a visit there by veteran New York newspaperman Jimmy Breslin. His advice to would-be reporters was to study anything but journalism. Breslin's point, which still rings true, ..."