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Mark Stenberg / Adweek:
Vox Media will no longer license its Chorus content management system to publishers; the existing six clients will have 18 months to migrate off the platform
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A look at the differences between newspaper strikes before the internet and nowadays, NYT Guild member factions, and what management has and hasn't offered
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[Thread] Bloomberg, Dow Jones, The Financial Times, and The New York Times intervene in FTX's bankruptcy case, seeking to unseal customer and creditor details
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