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Kushner Sought Sorkin For Observer Post|Thomson Reuters Says No To Print|Playboy Updates|NYT Corrects FNC-Related Headline|How To Survive A Layoff

Daily Intel: New York Observer owner Jared Kushner twice asked New York Times business reporter wunderkind Andrew Ross Sorkin to be editor of the paper. Looks like he settled for Portfolio‘s Kyle Pope instead.

Reuters: Thomson Reuters is not interested is getting into the print media game, says CEO Tom Glocer.

Folio: Playboy is working on ways to keep the magazine alive, with plans in the works for a joint venture in the development of a new business model for the company and more cost cutting initiatives on the horizon.

Mediaite: The New York Times issued a correction on a headline about a story on Fox News Channel‘s election night ratings, just to clear up any insinuation about the channel’s political bias.

The Business Insider: How to survive a media layoff.

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