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MySpace’s Google Gravy Train Set to Stop Next Year

A March Madness Win for Microsoft: CBS Taps Silverlight

What Does New York Times Investor Carlos Slim Want? Ask the New York Times.

Business Models Are Overrated! Twitter Raises Another $35 Million

Twittering Inferno: “Holy Crap. This Is an Actual Fire”

Bruce, Britney, Beyoncé Staying on YouTube: Sony Music Re-Signs

Google Turns Off Its Radio Ad Business; Up to 40 Layoffs

Are Americans Surfing More Because They’re Working Less?

Search Ads: Lousy This Quarter, Better for the Rest of the Year?

Viacom’s Fourth Quarter: Not a Disaster

Google Gets Into the Paper (Mill) Business

How Sports Illustrated Nailed A-Rod, and Why It May Not Happen Again

Obama: I’m a PC

Big Media Debt Headaches: Clear Channel Today, CBS Next Week?

Barry Diller: Trust Me–You’re Going to Love the Ticketmaster/Live Nation Deal

Cablevision to Investors: Sorry We Bought That (Really Expensive) Newspaper Last Year

Ad Giant Omnicom: Things Could Get (A Little) Better in Nine Months

Yahoo Buying Tumblr? “Categorically Untrue.”

Kindle on Your iPhone? Not Today.

Amazon Unveils Kindle 2–New Look, Same Price

Kindle 2.0 Arrives–Just Nine Years After the First E-Books

Analyst: Kindle’s a “Niche” Product–Because Amazon Wants It That Way

Is This the New Amazon Kindle?

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The problem with the Billionaire Savior phase of the newspaper collapse has always been that billionaires don’t tend to like the kind of authority-questioning journalism that upsets the status quo.

— Ryan Chittum, writing in the Columbia Journalism Review about the promise of Pierre Omidyar’s new media venture with Glenn Greenwald