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Forum claims top prizes in newspaper contest, declared Best of the Dakotas – InForum

FARGO — The Forum of Fargo-Moorhead and its staff nabbed 91 awards among daily newspapers in the North Dakota Newspaper Association’s 2023 Better Newspaper Contest.

The Forum won the Sweepstakes award for cumulative wins and was named Best of the Dakotas, which includes all South Dakota daily newspapers, as well.

Forum reporters April Baumgarten and Jeremy Turley took home the First Amendment award for

their investigation into former state Sen. Ray Holmberg’s links to a child porn suspect


David Olson’s series about troubles within

North Dakota’s legal guardianship program

won the Community Service award.

Melissa Van Der Stad

was named Rookie Reporter of the Year.

The Forum’s advertising department also took home the NorthSCAN Top Seller award.

Adam Willis, agricultural coverage, for a story about one landowner’s

efforts to restore the Dakota’s grasslands


April Baumgarten, government reporting, for a story about

attorneys having a difficult time phoning their clients in North Dakota prisons


April Baumgarten, spot news, for a story about a dating

relationship between a Cass County prosecutor and Fargo detective that potentially could have affected the outcome of a murder case

April Baumgarten and Jeremy Turley, reporting series, for

their investigation into former state Sen. Ray Holmberg’s links to a child porn suspect


C.S. Hagen and April Baumgarten, reporting, for a story about

how regular gunshots keep tenants of a Fargo apartment complex indoors and in fear


Chris Flynn,

spot news photo.

David Olson, headline, ”

Navel bombardment

” for a story about Fargo Public Schools dropping the midriff-covering requirement from their dress code.

David Samson, pictorial photo.

The full moon rises over the Red River Valley Fair on Wednesday, July 13, 2022. The Buck Moon, also called the Thunder Moon, was the largest supermoon of 2022.

David Samson / The Forum


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Ferrari Stock Races Past Tesla For Prime Choose In U.S. Autos, Analyst Claims

Ferrari (RACE) has changed Tesla (TSLA) as the best stock choose in the U.S. car area, according to a major monetary services business. RACE shares edged reduced Monday.


Morgan Stanley (MS) raised its price concentrate on for Ferrari inventory Monday to 310, up from 280. The firm maintained an “Over weight” score on RACE shares. The concentrate on was about 14% higher than the place shares opened on Monday.

Morgan Stanley analyst Adam Jonas wrote Monday the Italy-centered luxury athletics automobile producer has now changed Tesla as the major select in U.S. auto shares primarily based on a “fairly bearish check out on auto fundamentals.”

Ferrari stock veered down all around .4% to 270.25 Monday in the course of industry trade. Meanwhile, Tesla inventory dropped 2% to 193.81 Monday.

Jonas wrote Ferrari has the longest purchase backlog and the biggest earnings visibility together with the optimum pricing electrical power of “any firm we address.”

“Ferrari (stock) ain’t affordable, but that’s the selling price for protection,” Jonas wrote. “We see Ferrari as the most defensive identify in our coverage that avoids a great deal of the EV hype and EV possibility.”

The Morgan Stanley analyst also stated the firm is “becoming more and more cautious on the house” as vehicle credit pressures and demand troubles keep on.

“We feel RACE is the best positioned enterprise in our coverage in a hugely unsure macroeconomic and geopolitical tape,” Jonas mentioned.

Jonas additional Ferrari stock now qualified prospects the field centered on its very long phrase EV chances, its “predictable” enterprise model and “in the vicinity of unmatched brand name and marketplace moat.”

Ferrari is scheduled to expose its to start with EV in 2025. Morgan Stanley writes the firm’s shift absent from interior combustion engines (U.S.

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Bullish WPP claims clientele however expending on marketing

  • FY growth of 6.9%, Q4 6.4%
  • Sees 3-5% progress in 2023
  • Shares increase 4%

LONDON, Feb 23 (Reuters) – British advertisement team WPP (WPP.L) forecast far better-than-expected organic advancement for 2023 immediately after purchasers signalled they would shell out on internet marketing by any downturn to prop up profits and justify rate rises.

The world’s largest promoting holding organization has seen its shares rise extra than 30% in the very last 6 months as investors came close to to the strategy that corporate paying may well maintain up even as the world financial state slides.

The operator of the Ogilvy, Gray and GroupM agencies has benefited from an improve in investing from packaged goods teams in the past pair of yrs, the return of journey shelling out and the go to promote on ecommerce platforms.

For 2023 it expects to benefit from the lifting of COVID-19-similar restrictions in China and an easing of provide challenges inside of the autos sector, major to greater expending as rival models compete the moment all over again, especially to sell electrical cars.

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“There had been some fears that clients would prevent paying in Q4 but truly we shipped 6.4% growth, we really accelerated a little bit,” Main Government Mark Read told Reuters.

“The outlook is very fantastic, shoppers inform us they want to continue investing in advertising and marketing. In a much extra elaborate earth, and in a earth where shoppers test to help rate raises and in some way re-evaluated the value of promoting through COVID, they’re wanting to invest”.

The British business noted a 6.9% increase in its critical metric for 2022 – like-for-like earnings less pass-via prices – in comparison with a forecast array of between 6.5% and 7.%.


For 2023 it forecast advancement

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