Monthly Archives: July 2012

Moving to the Mountain State lock stock but no barrels…

Share For those of you haven’t heard, I’ve accepted a tenure-track teaching position in the School of Journalism at West Virginia University and am moving to Morgantown — see WVU’s announcement here. With all the packing and unpacking the move … Continue reading

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New York AG’s office should take a bow for GlaxoSmithKline’s record-breaking fine

Share I was glad to see that the New York Times‘ reporters covering GlaxoSmithKline’s $3 billion settlement tipped their hat to former New York Attorney General Eliot Spitzer. After all, it was his crew and specifically a pioneering attorney by … Continue reading

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