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David Barstow

Barstow is a senior writer at The New York Times. He was awarded the 2013 Pulitzer Prize for Investigative Reporting, along with a colleague, for their stories on Wal-Mart using bribery to dominate the market in Mexico.  He also was awarded the Pulitzer for Investigative Reporting in 2009. In 2004, The New York Times was awarded in the Pulitzer Prize for Public Service for Barstow’s and colleague Lowell Bergman’s work that examined the death and injury of American workers due to employer neglect. In addition, Barstow’s investigations have won three George Polk Awards, a Goldsmith Prize, an Alfred I. duPont Silver Baton, a Peabody Award, a Loeb Award, an IRE Award and an Overseas Press Club Citation. He also has been a Pulitzer finalist three times.