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The Newspaper is Dead. Long Live the Newspaper.

September 05, 2013 / by Prashob Menon / 0 Comment

The US newspaper industry, bolstered by new investors, is being reinvented. What will it look like in the future?

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Of News and Newborns

July 25, 2013 / by William Meneray / 0 Comment

The media circus surrounding the Royal Baby revealed a rivalry at heart of the news industry that's slowly tearing it apart

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The Times are Good

April 09, 2013 / by William Meneray / 2 Comments

After 125 years the FT remains an institution to envy, not copy

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UPDATED: The Technology Wars and the Double-Edged Sword of Regulation

April 07, 2013 / by Michael Zawalsky / 0 Comment

The scale, scope and nature of the Amazon v. Apple v. Facebook v. Google contest seems great for consumers - but it may have hidden costs that regulators will struggle to overcome

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Keys to the Lockout

April 04, 2012 / by Andrew Chan and Kiva Dickinson / 0 Comment

Examining the strategy of labor disputes in professional sports.

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The Walt Disney Company: Renovating the House of Mouse

April 04, 2012 / by Michael Zawalsky / 0 Comment

How a business at its peak financial performance is missing opportunities to realize its true value.

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Printing Pressed

April 04, 2012 / by Jared Schacter and Mathew McFayden / 0 Comment

How publishers can squeeze margins from an online bookstore.

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How to Even theScore

January 04, 2012 / by Alim Bhanji and Shaylyn Harper / 0 Comment

Can theScore punch above its weight as costs for broadcasting rights soar?

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Nintendo's Next Level

January 04, 2012 / by Jonathan Pinto and Kunal Kapoor / 0 Comment

Can Nintendo leverage its iconic characters to change the game once again?

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The Declining Times

January 04, 2012 / by Adam Edgerley and Michael Rabinowitz / 0 Comment

How the Times' enemy will be its most important ally in the fight for survival