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MEDIA & ENTERTAINMENT

From Times Staff and Wire Reports

Wall Street Journal Wins 2 Journalism Awards: The Wall Street Journal won two 1993 Gerald Loeb Awards for business journalism. In the large newspaper category, the Journal’s Alix M. Freedman won for “Fire Power,” a story on the handgun market. In the deadline-beat area, Joseph B. White and Paul Ingrassia won for their coverage of General Motors Corp. The lifetime achievement award went to Carol Loomis, a member of the board of editors at Fortune magazine. She joined the magazine’s staff as a researcher 39 years ago. Other awards went to the San Jose Mercury News, the Atlanta Business Chronicle and Newsday.


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