NEW YORK, May 4, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- International Business Times, a digital global news publication, today announced that prize-winning journalist Murray Waas is joining the newsroom as Senior Investigative Reporter. He will continue to be based out of Washington, D.C. but will report from across the country.
In his new role with International Business Times, Waas will focus on investigative reporting on business and politics. Waas previously worked as an investigative editor for VICE, an investigative reporter for Reuters and National Correspondent for National Journal. His work has also appeared in The New Yorker, The Atlantic, Los Angeles Times and The Boston Globe among other publications.
Waas was a finalist for a Pulitzer Prize, and has won Harvard University's Goldsmith Prize, the Society of Professional Journalists' Award for Depth Reporting, and the Barlett & Steele Business Investigative Journalism Award. He was also a fellow with the Alicia Patterson Foundation.
"We are thrilled to add Murray's extraordinary digging and storytelling skills to our growing team of investigative reporters. Combined with the prize-winning work of David Sirota, Murray substantially enhances our status as a leading source of journalism at the intersection of Wall Street and the government," said Peter S. Goodman, Global Editor-in-Chief of International Business Times.
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