When journalists are doing their jobs, it is imperative that they seek out the truth from both sides of an issue and report it factually. For reporters in that “get-the-scoop” mentality, it is crucial that emotions be left at the door, in much the same way that police, firefighters and doctors must keep their feelings in check when doing their jobs.Bankruptcies, burdensome commodity costs, downsizing, inflation and consumer anxiety have become all-too-familiar realities for those doing ...

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