The 2009 Neal Award Winners: American Business Media's Awards Celebrate 38 Winners across 14 Categories

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The 2009 Neal Award Winners: American Business Media's Awards Celebrate 38 Winners across 14 Categories


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Best Single Article

Classification A

Aquatics International, "Infectious Fun?"--Hanley Wood, LLC

Gary Thill

Kendra Kozen

Linda G. Green

Denise Baker

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Classification B

Pharmaceutical Executive, "Fight Resistance"--Advanstar Communications

Joanna Breitstein

Tony Gamino

Patrick Clinton

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Classification C

Engineering NewsRecord, "Higher Learning"--The McGraw-Hill Companies

Tudor Van Hampton

Guy Lawrence

Li Fang Fang

Best Subject-Related Series of Articles

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Classification A

Financial Week, "Special Report: Retirement Benefits"--Crain Communications Inc.

Glenn Coleman

Ronald Fink

Susan Kelly

Mark Bruno

Megan Johnston

Victor Williams

Jennifer Chiu

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Classification B

Muitifamily Executive, "Myth Busters"--Hanley Wood, LLC

Shabnam Mogharabi

Tanya Y. Coachman

Les Shaver

Scott Crawford

James Barry

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Classification C

Engineering NewsRecord, "Extreme Construction"--The McGraw-Hill Companies

Andrew G. Wright

Debra K. Rubin

Tom Sawyer

Aileen Cho

Peter Reina

Guy Lawrence

C, J, Schexnayder

Michael Goodman

Best Staff-Written Editorials

or Opinion Columns

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Classification A

Financial Week, Editorials--Crain Communications Inc.

Glenn Coleman

Ronald Fink

Matthew Quinn

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Classification B

Workforce Management, "The Last Word"--Crain Communications Inc.

John Hollon

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Classification C

Automotive News, Editorials--Crain Communications Inc.

Charles Child

Edward Lapham

Peter Brown

Keith E. Crain

Best Department

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Classification A

Big Builder, "Starts"--Hanley Wood, LLC

John P. McManus

Chester Hawkins

Sarah Yaussi

Lisa Brown

William Gloede

Teresa Burney

Lisa Marquis Jackson

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Classification B

Government Computer News, "GCN Lab"--1105 Media Inc.

John Breeden II

Greg Crowe

Trudy Walsh

Kevin McCaney

Wyatt Kash

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Classification C

HR Magazine, "HR News"--Society for Human Resource Management

Editorial Staff

Best How-To Article or

Subject-Related Series

of How-To Articles

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Classification A

Motor, "Tire Match Mounting & Custom Wheel Handling"--Hearst Business Media

Mike Mavrigian

John Lypen

Karl Seyfert

Paul Eckstein

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Classification B

The Journal of Family Practice, "10 derm mistakes you

don't want to make"--LebharFriedman, Inc./ Dowden Health Media, Inc.

Marya Ostrowski

Jeffrey L. Susman, MD

Carl Menz

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Classification C

Macworld, "Empty Your Inbox"--IDG/Mac Publishing LLC

Jason Snell

Dan Miller

Kelly Turner

Joe Kissell

Best News Coverage

Classification A

Financial Week, "Credit

Crunch"--Crain Communications Inc.

Editorial Staff

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Classification B

Counselor, "CorpLogoWare News"--Advertising Specialty Institute

Andrew Cohen

Melinda Ligos

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Classification C

Engineering NewsRecord, "Momentum Intensifies for Crane Safety

Programs"--The McGraw-Hill Companies

Tudor Van Hampton

Guy Lawrence

Tom Sawyer

Eileen Schwartz

Bruce Buekley

Lucy Bodilly

Best Single Theme

or Special Issue of a

Magazine or Newspaper/

News Tabloid

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Classification A

Plate, "The Bacon Issue"--Marketing & Technology Group

Editorial Staff

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Classification B

Heavy Duty Trucking, "Fuel Crisis Survival"--Newport Communications Group

Editorial Staff

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Classification C

Automotive News, "How General Motors changed the world"--Crain

Communications Inc. …

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