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CNBC’s Kneale Is Fed Up With Bloggers|Paste Survives…For Now|Trump’s Libel Suit Dismissed|Cox Sells 3 Papers|Can Coffee Save Journalism?

TVNewser: Dennis Kneale, former Forbes managing editor-turned-CNBC anchor, tells bloggers “Up Yours!”

Folio: $250,000 in donations have saved Georgia-based music magazine Paste for now.

Bloomberg: A judge has dismissed a libel case filed by Donald Trump against New York Times editor Timothy O’Brien. O’Brien’s 2005 book, “TrumpNation: The Art of Being the Donald,” questioned whether Trump was actually a billionaire, which Trump considered libelous.

Reuters: Media company Cox Enterprises Inc. has sold three newspapers in order to pay down its debt.

Time: James Poniewozik asks: what will save journalism? Actually, coffee is a good start.

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