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Georg Szalai / The Hollywood Reporter:
Wall Street and music industry analysts generally see Spotify's move into audiobooks as a good opportunity for the company to increase profit margins
Anna Nemtsova / The Daily Beast:
The family of award-winning Ukrainian journalist Victoria Roshchyna says she has been missing since August 3, when she returned to Russian-occupied territory
Hamilton Nolan / How Things Work:
Cable news networks continue to put politicians' relatives and former White House flacks in anchor positions, breaking the basic rules of ethical journalism
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