Monday, February 2, 2009
Gloom For Glossies - Suffering Magazines
Another day, another closure. Magazines are becoming thinner as advertising pages fall, and publishers are grimly cutting underperforming titles. But the outlook is not dour for all — a handful of magazines are still expanding their ad lineups, some by startlingly high percentages.http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2009/01/30/business/20090201_metrics.html?partner=permalink&exprod=permalink
- Broadcast TV Faces Struggle to Stay Viable
- Ads Now in Soap Opera Scripts; Products Plugged on...
- Rocky Mountain News Shuts Down Amid Ad Slump
- Pressure to Re-evaluate Dow Index
- Bankruptcy Funding Solicited for Car Makers
- Murdoch Hasn't Given Up on Print or Newspapers
- What's in a Wall Street Bonus Figure? Not Accuracy...
- Economy Dreadful, But Worse Elsewhere
- After Losses, a Move to Reclaim Executives’ Pay
- When Consumers Cut Back: A Lesson From Japan
- Journal Register seeks bankruptcy protection
- Banks May Need to Be Nationalized
- Dow's Lineup of Companies Changing
- Nationwide's CEO dumped - Columbus Dispatch Aslee...
- New York TImes Stock Drops Below $4 Per Share
- A Swiss Bank Is Set to Open Its Secret Files
- Business Writing 492 - Agenda
- I Dream of Denver - South, West Gain, Midwest Lose...
- Starbucks Coffee, Now in Instant
- SEC Accuses Texas Financier of 'Massive' $8 Billio...
- Local Web-Ad Market Cools Down
- Automakers Seek $14 Billion More in Aid
- Bailout Likely to Focus on Most Afflicted Homeowne...
- Business Stories Featured in George Polk Awards
- Stocks Slide in Asia, Europe on concerns about U.S...
- Nearly broke California faces fiscal crisis - $41 ...
- Brokerages Tighten Hedge Fund Financing
- Will Stimulus Bill Be A Waste of Money?
- Auto Maker Bankruptcy Looms
- Economists' U.S. Outlook Dims
- Got A Journalism Degree and No Job? The Strip Club...
- Chicken Price Slump , Leaves Farmers Wanting to Fl...
- Icing the Culprit in Continental Flight 3407 Crash...
- GM Offers U.S. Two Choices: More Aid or Bankruptcy...
- Bailout Needs Some Strings Attached to Limit Pay
- Will the Stimulus Package Work?
- The Real Stimulus Burden - We Will Be Paying For ...
- Sirius Seeks To Fend Off Takeover, Bankruptcy
- Bank Chieftains Appear Before Congress
- Congress Strikes $789 Billion Stimulus Deal
- Big Grocer Pulls Unilever Items Over Pricing
- Market Pans Economic Stimulus
- Geithner Swings and Misses
- Why Analysts Keep Telling Investors to Buy
- The Death of Local TV Stations
- Retailers Stop Making Sales Forecasts
- Scrambling to Clear Debt, Sirius Talks to EchoStar...
- Lewis Puts Money Where Mouth Is
- Recession Job Losses Surpass Three Million
- Obama Lays Out Limits on Executive Pay
- Wall St. Pay Is Cyclical. Guess Where We Are Now.
- Senate Adds Homebuyer Tax Credit to Stimulus Bill
- EchoStar Amasses Sirius XM Debt
- Madoff Client List Is Disclosed in Filing
- Costco Leads Expected String of Retail Warnings
- Consumers Keep Recovery at Bay
- CEOs Sent Packing in Record Numbers
- China's Migrants See Jobless Ranks Soar
- Macy's to Shed 7,000 Jobs, Cut Payout by 62%
- Sirius Faces Debt Payment in Test of Its Viability...
- The Chill of Protectionism
- Things So Bad at Magazines - Even Conde Nast in Re...
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