Chinese entrepreneurs have startup fever, though the business landscape is just as attractive to venerable brands like IBM and Prudential.
To those who think China’s economy has hit a rough
The National Press Foundation presents the 2011-2012 class of Paul Miller Washington Reporting Fellows! Twenty-two Washington DC journalists will join the ranks of hundreds of fellows before them in this premier program. Fellows will meet one day a month from August through June for on-the-record seminars that will include agency visits, briefings from officials and presentations by experts.
Resources from the 2011-2012 Paul Miller Sessions
Funding for the 2011-2012 Paul Miller Washington Reporting Fellowships Program is provided by the Gannett Foundation, proceeds from endowment grants from the Freedom Forum and the Lawrence B. Taishoff Foundation and by the NPF Program Fund.