Pulse 2.0 has a mission of providing the public within the U.S. and the globe with the resources and data to make more informed financial decisions in their day-to-day lives. To make this happen, Pulse 2.0 reports, produces, and distributes news, metrics, and tools that meet high standards of journalism.
Pulse 2.0 operates as an independent news organization. Our news stories are non-partisan and offer perspectives that are not influenced by any third parties. Our core principles include accuracy, transparency, accountability, respect for our readers along with the companies and people who are covered, and excellence.
Driven by these guiding principles, the foundation of Pulse 2.0 has built a reputation for serving audiences with journalism that they can trust.
All of our editorial staff are bound by this guidance. The editorial staff is defined as staff members and contractors who play a role in shaping the journalistic and direction of Pulse 2.0’s content. This includes managers, reporters, editors, and freelance contributors.
Prior to publishing every news story, diligent verification and accuracy are critical to Pulse 2.0. And the company takes greater care to ensure that statements of fact in our journalism are correct and provides context. Pulse 2.0 devotes all of its resources and skills to presenting truthful articles and we place a high value on the information that is gathered and verified. At the same time, we treat anyone who is interviewed with fairness.
Pulse 2.0 attributes information we receive from third parties, which makes it clear to our audience what information is coming from which source. Unlike some of our rivals, Pulse 2.0 avoids sensational conjecture. And Pulse 2.0 may develop hypotheticals to help explain actionable insights and data, which is easier to digest for our audience. This information is presented without deception.
In order to inspire confidence in our brand, it is essential that we provide the public with tools to evaluate our content. For example, Pulse 2.0 will disclose any relationships that may appear to influence our coverage.
Pulse 2.0 takes responsibility for the work we produce. This is done by paying close attention to our sources and listening to the public in order to help us make journalism better. This is why we welcome questions and criticisms from our readers and we will respond to the best of our ability. Mistakes could happen as we are human and we will issue corrections and reflect on what happened.
Anyone who is affected by journalism deserves to be treated with compassion and we are empathetic about our actions and words. This is why we listen to others. And we will ask tough questions without being confrontational. Plus we are considerate of the privacy of anyone who we cover while also keeping our journalistic obligations in mind.
Pulse 2.0’s journalism becomes highly sought as we combine important truths with compelling headlines and narratives. This is why we take pride in every article that we publish. But we do not allow sensationalism to obscure the content that is published. In the process, we strive to convey the information that matters most to our readers. Our readers will always come first.