Facebook co-founder Chris Hughes buys The New Republic, aims to combine old media and tech

Facebook co-founder Chris Hughes buys The New Republic, aims to combine old media and tech

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Facebook co-founder Chris Hughes has added a new project to his increasing varied career after it was revealed that the entrepreneur has bought The New Republic and become its Publisher & Editor-in-Chief. In a letter to readers that was published on the TNR website, Hughes pledged to support long-form reporting during his tenure....
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