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American Media wises up and relocates its media empire to New York, About.com rejoices, Fairchild's prodigal son returns, and more.
February 18, 2005
It was the best of times, it was the worst of times this week at About.com and The National Enquirer, respectively. Call it a tale of two offices. One can almost imagine About.com employees treating yesterday's announcement that they had been bought by The New York Times Co. as the liberation of Paris. They're moving to much greener pastures as Times employees (dollar bill green, in case you were wondering) after four years spent in the galleys of cost-cutting-to-the-marrow Primedia. The National Enquirer, meanwhile, is packing up and moving from its longtime ...
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