The dramatic decline of the Philadelphia Inquirer newsroom captured in photos
The dramatic decline of the Philadelphia Inquirer newsroom captured in photos
                                       

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Britons own fewer TVs but watch more television, research finds

www.guardian.co.uk
Average household has 1.83 TVs, compared with 2.3 in 2003 but viewers watch 26 minutes more TV each day than in 2006The British love affair with television is intensifying despite a dramatic decline in the number of TV sets per household, new research has shown.According to this year's TeleScope study...
Britons own fewer TVs but watch more television, research finds

Hearst: Women finally embracing online magazines thanks to 7-inch screens

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The arrival of the iPad in 2010 was supposed to be a game-changer for magazine brands but subscriptions never took off as expected, especially among women. Now, that’s starting to change thanks to smaller screens that can fit in a purse. Speaking at the D: Dive Into Media conference in...
Hearst: Women finally embracing online magazines thanks to 7-inch screens

As iPad Grows, PC Replacement Cycle Slows

allthingsd.com
PC market growth has been decelerating for some time now and will continue to do so for some time to come. That’s the word from Barclays Capital‘s hardware analyst Ben Reitzes, who says that there’s no end in sight to the PC market’s slow decline. Why? As the use-case for...
As iPad Grows, PC Replacement Cycle Slows

Valuations slide at startups, but it's still a favorable time for entrepreneurs

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Valuations are falling across various stages of startups Things aren’t quite as hot in startup land as they were this summer, with valuations taking a a slight hit across various stages during the third quarter, according to a new report out this week from Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati. Nonetheless,...
Valuations slide at startups, but it's still a favorable time for entrepreneurs

The New York Times: Running faster and faster to stay in the same place

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“Here, you see, it takes all the running you can do, to keep in the same place. If you want to get somewhere else, you must run at least twice as fast as that!” — The Red Queen, Alice in Wonderland When it comes to the evolution of newspapers in...
The New York Times: Running faster and faster to stay in the same place

Thriving New York solves the cash question. Can others follow?

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New York magazine has always puzzled me. In an era of death spirals for traditional city news magazines, it not only avoided financial ruin but become a top-shelf reporting powerhouse that sometimes rivals the New Yorker. What did it do to flourish while others teetered? This week, Advertising Age has...
Thriving New York solves the cash question. Can others follow?

NASDAQ proposes $40 million fund to compensate for the Facebook IPO mess

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During the first minutes of Facebook’s initial public offering, chaos reigned. Orders went unfilled, and some were unsure if their orders had gone through at all. And, given the dramatic decline of Facebook’s stock since its first few trades, there are more than a few annoyed investors. The NASDAQ, whose...
NASDAQ proposes $40 million fund to compensate for the Facebook IPO mess
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