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Particularly relevant in business-to-business journalism are bans on conflicts of interest, gifts including free travel, marketing or opinion that is not clearly labeled as such, and influence on coverage by special interests or advertisers. We may disclose below articles any business relationships, such as with professional associations, that we feel should be known to the reader.
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