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  • Silla Brush writes submarine articles for Blackrock.
    See for example: .
    Ignore articles written by him/her.


  • John Liu, Claire Che, Dong Cao, and Coco Liu
    See for example: . The article says “regulators want Chinese ride-hailing giant Didi to delist from the New York Stock Exchange because of concerns about leakage of sensitive data.” But it does not tell how does listing a company on NYSE result in “leakage of sensitive data”? Ignore articles written by these people.
  • Katherine Burton at
    See for example: . It does not give a complete picture of what is going on and the finer details to make an informed conclusion. Ignore articles written by this person.

space filling journalism

  • Claire Ballentine at
    See for example: . Very low information density.
  • Tasos Vossos at
    See for example: . The title mentions BlackRock Alumni but there were no names in the first 6 paragraphs of the article. Probably writes submarine articles. Ignore articles written by him.
  • Katherine Greifeld at
    See for example: . The title mentions BlackRock, State Street Alums but there were no names listed anywhere in the article. Probably write submarine articles. Ignore articles from this author.
  • Josh Robinson at
    Here is an example . The article talks about the results from a survey but fails to mention how the survey is conducted, how the participants were paid (if any), number of people who took the survey etc., I find this type of articles incomplete, misleading and utterly useless.
  • Jonathan D. Rockoff and Michael Rothfeld at
    Basically they wrote 1000+ article which can be summed up in one sentence - “Ruane, Cunniff & Goldfarb Inc., manager of Sequoia Fund Inc., and the biggest shareholder of Valeant is inquiring abut Ties between Valeant and Philidor”. I find reading this type of articles a waste of time.
journalists_notes.txt · Last modified: 2022/02/15 16:52 by raju