PETER S. GOODMAN's columns and reportage have garnered numerous honors, including the 2014 Gerald Loeb Award for Commentary, multiple Best in Business awards from the Society of American Business Editors and Writers, the 2005 American Society of Newspaper Editors’ Jesse Laventhol prize, the 2005 Hugo Shong Award for best American newspaper coverage from Asia, as well as being named a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize.


Chicago Teachers’ Strike a Push-Back to Education Reform, Huffington Post, 9/15/12

Unemployment Problem Includes Public Transportation that Separates Poor from Jobs, Huffington Post, 7/11/12

‘Back at Square One’: As States Repurpose Welfare Funds, More Families Fall Through Safety Net, Huffington Post, 6/19/12

Foreclosure Settlement Fails to Force Mortgage Companies to Improve, Huffington Post, 8/7/12

The New Poor: Despite Signs of Recovery, Chronic Joblessness Rises, New York Times, 2/20/10

Real Estate in Cape Coral is Far from a Recovery, New York Times, 1/3/10

Back to Business: Subprime Brokers Back as Dubious Loan Fixers, New York Times, 7/20/09

The Reckoning: Saying Yes, WaMu Built Empire on Shaky Loans, New York Times, 12/27/08

The Reckoning: Taking A Hard New Look at a Greenspan Legacy, New York Times, 10/9/08

China Invests Heavily in Sudan’s Oil Industry: Beijing Supplies Arms Used on Villagers, Washington Post, 12/22/04

Along the Coast of Death: Annihilation to Haunt Generations: Bodies Bulldozed into Mass Graves in Indonesian City Closest to Quake, Washington Post, 1/8/05

Booming China Devouring Raw Materials: Producers and Suppliers Struggle to Feed a Voracious Appetite, Washington Post, 5/21/04