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Constant craving

Headline Money’s new Who’s Who in Personal Finance Journalism gives a good insight into the corporate cravings of various reporters.

Questioned about their favourite forms of corporate entertainment, the hacks provide answers from fly fishing, interesting conversation and space flight to the memorable “trip out of the office”.

It is also full of desperate pleas for freelance work, much self-aggrandising over earth-shattering exclusives and the usual whines about PR calls.

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