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SABEWDC16 is chaired by Mark Hamrick, Washington bureau chief and senior economic analyst for Bankrate.com. The conference is co-chaired by Cory Schouten, Knight-Bagehot Fellow at Columbia University and SABEW vice president.

Attire for SABEWDC16 is business casual for working sessions and business attire for receptions and awards dinner.

Refund Policy Reminder - SABEW will refund 100 percent of an attendee’s registration remittance if e-mail notice of cancellation is received at sabew@sabew.org by 5 p.m. EDT Thursday May 5, 2016. A 50 percent refund will be granted if notice is received at sabew@sabew.org by 5 p.m. EDT Thursday May 12, 2016. No refunds will be issued after 5 p.m. EDT May 16, 2016.
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Saturday, May 21 • 6:30pm - 9:00pm
Best in Business dinner and award presentation

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Come celebrate the best in business journalism! SABEW's 21st annual Best in Business Awards ceremony promises to be the business journalism event of the season.

Sponsored by Bloomberg News.

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Xana Antunes

Editor for new initiatives, Quartz
Xana Antunes is an award-winning editor and content creator with a career spanning digital media, video, long form storytelling, and daily news reporting. | | Currently, Antunes is editor for new initiatives at Quartz, where she combines responsibility for the video lab and talent lab along with developing feature stories and working with the senior team to shape growth strategically. This position at the frontier of journalism’s... Read More →
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Brad Foss

Deputy Business Editor, The Associated Press
Brad Foss is deputy business editor of The Associated Press. He directs daily coverage and long-term strategy for global staff of more than 60 reporters and editors. Staffers under his supervision have won numerous SABEW Best in Business awards. Foss, who has been with The AP since 1999 and is based in Washington, D.C., previously reported on energy and transportation. Prior to joining the AP, he worked at the Mill Valley Herald in Mill... Read More →