Nieman Foundation at Harvard
If Google suddenly had real competition in search, how would news publishers’ world change?
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Poynter / Rick Edmonds / May 10
“A company — like a house — is worth what someone will pay for it. Alden’s $630 million bid was filed Dec. 31. In the four months-plus that have passed no one has yet come forward with a firm higher or comparable bid…Hedge funds like Alden operate as buyers of last resort for companies and assets no one else wants.”
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