Seems to Work for You

“By selling access to potentially market-moving stories — some of which would theoretically also have a public-policy element or some other broader social value to them — the NYT would be sacrificing (in some sense at least) its commitment to readers and public journalism in return for subscription revenue from stock traders.” – Matthew Ingram, GigaOm

What makes it OK for one publication with a research & analysis arm to poo-poo the notion that another publications might want to also consider spinning up a research and analysis arm?

Oh, right – potential competition.

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