Hearst wouldn’t reveal any actual numbers to Kara Swisher, but a spokesman did say that they “are on track with our business plan and have an aggressive timetable for profitability which we expect we will reach in the next couple of months.”
This is actually a big deal, because in June, the site wouldn’t say when it thought it would start making money.
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