A package of stories published last year by Automotive News has earned a bronze medal in the Tabbie award competition.
The Tabbies are an international annual competition that recognizes business publications for editorial excellence.
The awards are sponsored by Trade, Association and Business Publications International, an association based in Cleveland. Winners were selected from more than 800 entries submitted by business publications around the world.
In the category of news coverage, Automotive News earned third place for "Downsizing Detroit," a package of related stories published March 14, 2005. The articles chronicled the financial crisis that enveloped General Motors and Ford Motor Co.
In the category of special sections, Automotive News won an honorable mention for "100 Leading Women in the North American Auto Industry," which was published Sept. 26, 2005. The section included profiles of 100 top female auto executives, along with trend pieces on workplace issues and interviews with leading industry figures.