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BuzzFeed, Inc. formally announces it has merged with a SPAC, acquired Complex Networks, and will start trading Monday on Nasdaq as BZFD
Jack Shafer / Politico:
With tiny audiences, the cable news industry has devolved from a useful headline service to a 24/7 eldercare operation; few would care if it disappeared
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Seven Chicago staffers of G/O Media's The A.V. Club are “invited” to move to Los Angeles, where EIC Scott Robson is establishing an office, or lose their jobs
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