The Washington Post won three awards at the 2021 Gerald Loeb Awards for excellence in journalism in the fields of business, finance and the economy.

The Post’s Kimberly Kindy, Taylor Telford, Robert Klemko, Abha Bhattarai, Nicole Dungca, Jenn Abelson and Meryl Kornfield were awarded in Beat Reporting for "Essential Workers on the Front Lines," which intimately depicted the experiences of essential workers during the covid-19 pandemic.

The Post’s Michelle Singletary was awarded in Commentary for "Sincerely, Michelle," Singletary’s series of columns addressing misconceptions involving race and baring her personal experiences. The articles explore topics of investing, credit scores, homeownership and more from the perspective of Black Americans.

The Post’s Greg Jaffe was awarded in Feature for "The Recession's Reach in Florida,” his series of deeply reported stories that detailed the hardships endured by Floridians due to South Florida’s tourist economy collapse amidst the covid-19 pandemic.

The Post’s Catherine Rampell was named a finalist in Commentary for "The Trump Administration's Use and Abuse of Regulation."

The full list of award winners can be found here.