It turns out that fewer magazines folded in 2009 than in the two years prior. While USA Today is way down right now, the Wall Street Journal has crept up to take its place.
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Media madness in the financial arena is spreading. Recently, the usually reliable Fox Business Network served up another incredulous dilly -- a segment featuring stocks "you can hold forever."
For so many years, financial types from Madoff down proclaimed to be doing something, when in fact they were doing nothing. And now that they're actually doing nothing, the media thinks that's something.
CNBC has been setting a new standard in irresponsibility this year, an outlandish standard the rest of the business media has mostly avoided.
There are those, mostly from Wharton, for some reason, who believe that every problem in the business universe can be solved by firing people.
The financial crisis means more Americans are interested in business news, which is helping business media across various mediums.
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