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Investigative journalism

A form of journalism in which reporters involve themselves in the investigation of a topic of interest such as stories involving political corruptions, or corporate wrongdoing.

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Investigative journalism

Baidu.com

News service; Investigative journalism

The 5th place is acquired by Chinese language search engine Baidu.com. It provides many services, including Chinese language-search engine for website, audio files and images. Baidu Inc. was founded ...

Wikipedia.org

News service; Investigative journalism

6th place is acquired by Wikipedia, free content Internet encyclopedia supported and hosted by the non-profit Wikimedia Foundation. Jimmy Wales and Larry Sanger lunched Wikipedia on January 15, 2001. ...

Amazon.com

News service; Investigative journalism

American electronic commerce company Amazon.com holds the 7th position. Amazon.com was started as a bookstore, but soon it became the largest Internet-based retailer in the United States. Now ...

yahoo.com

News service; Investigative journalism

The 4th place is acquired by an American multinational Internet corporation Yahoo! Inc. It provides many services like Web portal, search engine (Yahoo search), and related services, including Yahoo ...

Facebook.com

News service; Investigative journalism

Facebook (www.facebook.com) holds 2nd rank in the world wide web and it is the largest and most popular social networking site in the world. Facebook was launched on February 4, 2004, by Mark ...

Blogspot.com

News service; Investigative journalism

Blogspot.com is in 19th position. Blogger is a blog – publishing service that allows multi-user blogs with time-stamped entries. It was developed by Pyra Labs on 23rd August, 1999 and it was bough by ...

Ebay.com

News service; Investigative journalism

The 20th place is acquired by eBay.com, is an American multinational corporation and e-commerce company. It is providing consumer – to – consumer (C2C) and business – to – consumer (B2C) sales ...

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