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Brown’s Tome Hits Stands|Wasserstein Pulls Out Of BusinessWeek Bidding|Forbes.com Tries Palm Pre App|WSJ Ready To Charge For Mobile Content|”Regis & Kelly” Producer Gelman Dishes

GalleyCat: Dan Brown‘s long-awaited novel, The Lost Symbol hit bookstores today.

BusinessWeek: New York magazine owner Bruce Wasserstein has dropped out of the running to buy BusinessWeek.

Min Online: Forbes.com launched an app for the Palm Pre.

Paid Content: News Corp. CEO Rupert Murdoch told attendees at the Goldman Sachs Communacopia XVIII Conference that The Wall Street Journal will soon start to charge for mobile access on the Blackberry and iPhone.

Julie Menin’s Give and Take: A four-part interview with “Live with Regis and Kelly”‘s longtime producer Michael Gelman, once the youngest producer of any national talk show. In the first part (above) Gelman says he thinks Regis Philbin will never retire. “Being the host of our show is the closest thing to retirement you can have,” he said.

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