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Apple is the most valuable technology company in the world (as of 2012), due to its array of desktop, laptop, and mobile products. Its 2007 introduction of the iPhone sparked a global boom in smartphones; its 2010 introduction of the iPad led to a revolution in the once-stagnant tablet space. Its iPhone design defined smartphone…

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El País is a daily newspaper published in Spain since 1976. The flagship product of media giant Prisa, it has successfully transitioned from its print-culture to a digital-driven one, by getting rid off one tradition: old newsrooms pace. Now, immediacy defines the mindset of their team: web first.  Print will follow. In February 2012, the paper’s website…

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The Chronicle of Higher Education is a newspaper and website that focuses on news about colleges and universities in the United States. The Chronicle is based in Washington, D.C., and has a staff of more than 70 writers and editors, including 17 international correspondents. As of May 2011, the Chronicle has 66,000 total subscribers, with…

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The Center for Public Integrity is a nonprofit news organization based in Washington, D.C., that produces investigative journalism on public-interest issues. The center was founded by Charles Lewis in 1989, who was its director until 2005. Its staff has fluctuated between 25 to more than 50 throughout the 2000s and 2010s; most recently, it laid…

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The Seattle Post-Intelligencer is an online news organization and former newspaper based in Seattle. The P-I is the first major daily newspaper in the United States to become an online-only news outlet. The P-I was founded in 1863 and has been owned by Hearst Corp. since William Randolph Hearst bought the paper in 1921. It…

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