On a recent Price of Business show, Host Kevin Price interviewed Washington Post business reporter Jacob Bogage on the breaking story of the ending of a crippling strike by nurses in New York. Bogage discussed why the strike happened and the terms that ended it.
This is part of an ongoing series with the Washington Post by the Price of Business.
Education: University of Missouri, BA in history; University of Missouri, BA in journalism
“Jacob Bogage writes about business and technology for The Washington Post, where he’s worked since 2015. He’s previously covered the automotive and manufacturing industries and wrote for the Sports section. He has previously reported for the Columbia Missourian, Columbia (Mo.) Daily Tribune, Bethesda Magazine and the Montgomery County Gazette. He is a Maryland native and a graduate of the University of Missouri.
“Honors and Awards: Associated Press Sports Editors, first prize for breaking news, 2015; Associated Press Media Editors, first prize for sports feature writing, 2015; Missouri Press Association, first prize for business reporting, 2014.”
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