Investigative biz reporter joins Reuters
The team is responsible for providing news and analysis tailored to the needs of customers of Thomson Reuters’ legal, tax & accounting, and health care & science businesses.
During the last three years alone, stories authored or co-authored by Grow have won a staggering 18 journalism prizes, including two Society of American Business Editors and Writers awards, two Deadline Club awards, an Overseas Press Club award, the Barlett & Steele Award for Investigative Business Journalism, and an Investigative Reporters and Editors award.
Just last month, Grow’s 2009 BusinessWeek coverage of the fallout of the financial crisis earned him his second National Press Club Award. In 2008, Grow’s BusinessWeek stories on the business of poverty were finalists for two National Magazine awards and a Gerald S. Loeb award. He has written extensively on law as well as on business.
Most recently, Grow was an investigative reporter for the Center for Public Integrity. Prior to his career in journalism, Grow worked as a government-relations specialist for several major companies in the U.S., Asia, Central Europe, and the former Soviet Union.
The Thomson Reuters Professional News team is led by Stephen J. Adler, the former editor in chief of BusinessWeek.
Grow will be based in Atlanta.