“The staff of Bloomberg Businessweek produced 49 print issues in 2014, each containing about 50,000 words. On Businessweek.com you could safely triple that output. That’s 7.5 million words — too much! So it’s time to give some of our colleagues at other news organizations a little recognition. Here’s our second annual Jealousy List, composed entirely of the pieces we wish we’d written but were glad to have read. — Josh Tyrangiel”

Included in the list:

  • You’re Wrong, You’re Wrong, You’re Definitely Wrong, and I’m Probably Wrong, Too
  • Get Out Of Jail, Inc.
  • The $9 Billion Witness: Meet JPMorgan Chase’s Worst Nightmare
  • Oil Trains Hide in Plain Sight
  • The Empire of Edge
  • The Inside Story of Mt. Gox, Bitcoin’s $460 Million Disaster
  • Read It and Reap
  • Can We Talk About Something More Pleasant?
  • Thirty-Three-Hit Wonder
  • What It’s Like to Date a Horse

To view Bloomberg’s full 2014 Jealousy List, click here.