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Clare Malone / New Yorker:
Sources question The Washington Post CEO Fred Ryan's strategy, after top executives left in 2022, union distrust grew, and layoffs hit beside new job postings
BuzzFeed stock jumped 120% on January 26 and 85% on January 27, on news that it plans to use OpenAI tools for some content
Charlie Hall / Polygon:
Dungeons & Dragons' publisher abandons its plan to modify the Open Gaming License and publishes the Systems Reference Document under a Creative Commons license
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