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Media Digest 12/14/2007 Reuters, WSJ, NYTimes, FT, Barron’s

According to Reuters, Citigroup (C) will take $49 billion of SIVs onto its balance sheet. Reuters writes that Nissan and Chrysler may begin to partner in building new carsReuters reports ...
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November Online Financial Site Stats: Yahoo! (YHOO) Losing Its Lead

Based on November online audience numbers from comScore, Yahoo! Finance (YHOO) is losing the huge lead that it once had over MSN Money (MSFT) and AOL Finance (TWX). In November ...
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Media Digest 12/13/2007 Reuters, WSJ, NYTimes, FT, Barron’s

According to Reuters, Paulson says that China is picking up the pace of the yuan rise.Reuters writesThe Asian Development Bank cut growth rates for countries in Asia including ChinaReuters reports ...
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24/7 Wall St. CEO Of The Year Finalist: Rupert Murdoch Of News Corp (NWS)

24/7 Wall St. has evaluated over 200 CEOs in order to select it CEO of the Year. Six finalists were chosen from the list. The measurements were based on company ...
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Dow Jones (DJ)(NWS) Gets New CEO, New Publisher For WSJ

Les Hinton, a senior executive as News Corp (NWS) has been named the head of Dow Jones (DJ). Times of London editor Robert Thomson has been named Publisher of The ...
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GameStop Replacing Dow Jones in S&P 500 (GME, NWS, DJ)

GameStop Corp. (NYSE:GME) has been paid quite a nice complement today.  It has been selected to replace Dow Jones (NYSE:DJ) in the beloved S&P 500 Index after the close on ...
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MarketWatch Bringing More New Features (DJ, NWS)

If you regularly use MarketWatch, you've probably noticed some additional offerings and additional features of late.  If you haven't noticed you probably will soon.  MarketWatch has added "First Take" for ...
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Dow Jones’ Paring Ottaway, Its Resort Papers Unit (DJ, NWS, GHS)

Dow Jones & Co. (NYSE:DJ) has announced it is exploring strategic alternatives for its Ottoway group of community newspapers and media franchises. The options under consideration include a possible sale ...
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Reuters.com Leads Online Financial Website Derby

According to Hitwise numbers for October, Reuters.com and CNNMoney.com had the largest web audiences of financial sites which are not part of larger portals like Yahoo!. Reuters.com grew much more ...
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Murdoch Say Wall Street Journal Will Go “FREE”

Rupert Murdoch, head of News Corp (NWS) told Reuters that the tough economy is not hurting his company in the current quarter. Good news for his shareholders.But, the most important ...
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A Conversation With FT.com Chief Ien Cheng

Those who believe that the newspaper industry is going the way of the Dodo and buggy whip and can't conceive that enhanced online versions of papers can ever do especially ...
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The Washington Post (WPO) Online Train Wreck

Donald Graham, CEO of The Washington Post Company (WPO) made this comment to Fortune last summer: "If Internet advertising revenues don't continue to grow fast," he says, "I think the ...
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September Financial Website Analysis

In September, Yahoo! (YHOO) Finance lost almost all of its pageview lead over its closest competitor, AOL Finance. For the month, Yahoo! Finance had 286 million pageviews and AOL Finance ...
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TheStreet.com Hits Seven-Year High (TSCM)

TheStreet.com (TSCM) hit a seven-year high today at $13.72. It is hard to point to one factor driving the stock. Jim Cramer is as popular as ever, Wall St. probably ...
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Would Reuters (RTRSY) Or Yahoo! (YHOO) Buy SeekingAlpha?

SeekingAlpha, the big financial commentary and blog site, syndicates its content at a number of other large web properties with Yahoo! (YHOO) Finance and Reuters.com (RTRSY) probably being the largest. ...
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