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Hackers Move From Retail to Media, CNN

Hackers roam the Internet world, seemingly randomly. One week the U.S. government gets hacked. The next it is defense contractors. The hackers apparently operate in China, North Korea, Syria and ...
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Twitter New Advertising Program Is Not Just Another ‘So What?’

Just six weeks after acquiring mobile advertising platform MoPub, Twitter Inc. (NYSE: TWTR) is launching a native advertising platform for mobile apps. What that means is that the ad will ...
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Time Inc. Spin-Off Likely Delayed to Second Half of 2014

The spin-off of publishing company Time Inc. by its parent, the entertainment company Time Warner Inc. (NASDAQ: TWX), will most likely be delayed until the second half of the 2014, ...
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Tribune Co. Layoffs Put Pressure on New York Times

Tribune Co. announced 700 layoffs. The company owns a number of television stations, but most of the jobs lost come from the firm's newspaper division. The jobs eliminated show how ...
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As Facebook Faces Security Problem, It Becomes Ultimate Hack — Update

In light of a "malicious external attack," New York Times Co. (NYSE: NYT) says its nytimes.com has been offline since 3:30 p.m. EST. At this point, the site has been down ...
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New York Times Website Down, Hacker?

The New York Times website is currently down, according to several sources around the nation. Any attempts to reach the main page, section pages, or individual articles has failed   ...
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The Real Challenge for Bezos: Do People Want to Read the Post?

The flagship of New York Times Co. (NYSE: NYT) and The Wall Street Journal each ran lengthy articles about how Jeff Bezos could transform the flagship of the Washington Post ...
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Does Washington Post Purchase Mean Amazon Has Topped?

The world of media convergence gets stranger and stranger by the month. Old media wants to be new media, but now it seems that the billionaires want to control the ...
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As Newspapers Sell Out, The New York Times Is Last Man Standing

What big city daily is not for sale, or has been sold already? The New York Times Company (NYSE: NYT) has not parted with its flagship. However, the company probably would get ...
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Americans Turn to TV for News

TV represents the easiest way to get news, if the person seeking the news wants to expend as little effort as possible. Tapping the Internet or newspapers requires effort, and ...
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The New York Times Final Surrender: Boston Globe Sale

The Boston Globe is barely there anymore. Its circulation has fallen so far that it is below those of the Cleveland Plain Dealer and Honolulu Star Advertiser. And Boston, the ...
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Newspaper Obituaries Grow as Confidence in the Medium Disappears

A move to digital formats was supposed to save the newspaper industry. However, the approach cannot work if the public's confidence in the industry slips toward zero. It seems that ...
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Could Amazon’s Ad Revenue Pass The New York Times?

Amazon.com Inc.'s (NASDAQ: AMZN) ad revenue may reach $835 million this year and could be well above $1 billion in two year's time. The news does not just speak to ...
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Can Twitter Outlive The New York Times?

Technology executive Peter Thiel told the Milken Institute Global Conference that Twitter likely will outlive The New York Times. His theory is based on the wide use of Twitter and the ...
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Change at the Top in Daily Newspaper Circulation Wars

As of last September, the daily newspaper with the highest average circulation was The Wall Street Journal, with a combined print and digital circulation of 2.29 million. USA Today claimed ...
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