The Foundation in the News

From a perch on the North Carolina coast, the Foundation for Financial Journalism (formerly known as the Southern Investigative Reporting Foundation) has been garnering some notice. Read what these publications had to say:

Short on Ethics?”American Journalism Review, September 2010

Is This the Worst Ponzi Scheme Ever?” New York magazine, July 15, 2013

Roddy Boyd exposes a hedge-fund fraud: A scam for the social-media age,” Columbia Journalism Review, July 18, 2013

Roddy Boyd finds alleged Ponzi schemer: High-wire reporting on a hedge fund gone awry,” Columbia Journalism Review, Jan. 23, 2014

The Hays Advantage,” Bloomberg Radio

This financial fraud reporter says he’s the last of his kind. Should the rest of us be worried?” LinkedIn Pulse post by Fast Company contributor Katrina Booker, Dec. 17, 2015

The Shadowy War on the Press: How the Rich Silence Journalists,” Columbia Journalism Review, June 16, 2016

The Inside Story of Valeant’s Fall,” The Globe and Mail,

This former hedge fund guy is a one-man nonprofit investigating some of America’s shadiest companies,” Nieman Lab, Sept. 18, 2017