Tuesday, April 28, 2009

Tuesday April 28 -- Got news or an update?

If you have news or an update, leave it in comments.
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8 comments:

Anonymous said...

MNI dropped to 51Ȼ after hours. It’s time to breakout our 50Ȼ firewall again.
Start the clock, tick, tick, tick.
Cue Jeopardy tune.

MNI Swimming with Sharks
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^^ ^ ^ ^ 50Ȼ Ш - Gulp
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Anonymous said...

ABC Yanks Circulation Report After Errors Found | Business ...The Audit Bureau of Circulations FAS-FAX report for the six-month period ending March 31, which ABC released Wednesday, will have to be reissued in its ...

www.allbusiness.com/services/business-services-miscellaneous-business/4692411-1.html

Anonymous said...

Good morning descendants of Bull Connor/Obamababoonists,

Wherefore art thou, Brooks Brothers? Did an Obamababoon remove this ad?

Verily, how many more shall disappear?

McClatchy Watch said...

5:53 -- Uh, that report is from 2002.

Anonymous said...

But how will we (seniors too MNI)get our ‘news’ when newspapers go away?

N.Y. 0zero plane scare: From terrifying tweet to news report — in 4 minutes

http://www.niemanlab.org/2009/04/ny-plane-scare-from-terrifying-tweet-to-news-report-in-4-minutes/

Anonymous said...

Portfolio, the $125m 'Vogue for the business set', folds in face of slump

By Stephen Foley in New York

Its spectacular arc, from glitzy launch to grisly demise, mirrors exactly that of the businessfolk it was aimed at, the Masters of the Universe on Wall Street and the world of hedge funds who were raking in seven-, eight- or nine-figure bonuses as their industry revelled in the boom of cheap credit.

It was a natural group for Condé Nast to want to lure. With Vogue, the company was publishing the official bible of the high fashion world; Vanity Fair was on the coffee table of all at the pinnacle of high society. By courting the new elite of high finance, it would complete a powerful triumvirate.

Si Newhouse lured Joanne Lipman from The Wall Street Journal to edit the thing, and she was given a reported $125m budget that made Portfolio the most costly magazine launch ever

Anonymous said...

News flash: old wrinkly people seen dropping their newspaper subscriptions

Anonymous said...

http://www.niemanlab.org/2009/04/ny-plane-scare-from-terrifying-tweet-to-news-report-in-4-minutes/

"Yes, the news broke on Twitter, but the first solid reporting emerged from a newspaper — "

What? Are we allowed to post stuff like this on here? This site is dedicated to the death of the newspaper industry...not compliments.