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Colarusso Jumps From Bloomberg TV To Reuters

Dan Colarusso, who has held top editorial posts at the NY Post, Condé Nast’s Portfolio and briefly at Business Insider, is leaving his post…

The Morning Lowdown 10-14-11

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The Morning Lowdown 04-07-11

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The Morning Lowdown 11.19.10

»  If the kind of checkbook journalism employed by Nick Denton at Gawker Media “works” — in the sense that it produces stories th…

WSJ Puts High Price On iPad App Subs

The app announcements have been rolling out all morning in anticipation of tomorrow’s iPad release. Among the initial iPad apps now in Apple…

Why Social Media Policies Don't Work

Reuters has issued new social-media policies, but the wire service has made the same mistakes other mainstream media have: assuming the worst, and trying to control something that can’t be controlled, instead of trusting their staff and focusing on the benefits of using social media.

Thomson-Reuters: The Combined Hopes

Thomson (NYSE: TOC), which is in the process of buying Reuters (NSDQ: RTRSY), had its investor day today, and it filed the presentation deck…

Reuters Buys US Research Firm StarMine

Reuters (Nasdaq:RTRSY), in the process of merging with Thomson, has bought an investment research firm StarMine, for an undisclosed sum. San…

Tom’s Blog From The Inside

Unless I am mistaken, Tom Glocer is the only one blogging (well, at least one post) Allen & Co’s confab from inside, while his journalists s…