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Peter Kafka / Vox:
Axios, Politico, Punchbowl, and other Washington-focused outlets owe a lot of their success to ad deals with Meta, Alphabet, and other Big Tech companies
Sara Fischer / Axios:
Kara Swisher plans to stop hosting the Code Conference after the 2022 edition to focus on new projects that explore topics beyond tech and reach more people
J. Clara Chan / The Hollywood Reporter:
BuzzFeed reports Q2 revenue up 20% YoY to $106.8M, including Complex Networks, a net loss of $23.6M vs. $0.8M YoY, and time spent down 19% YoY to 154M hours
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