Jeff Bezos says that newspapers need to figure out how to get readers to treat their product as a bundle. Here's why he's wrong.
All sorts of workers will need to adapt (if they haven't already!) to the kind of rapid, disruptive change we've seen in the newspaper business over the last decade.
In an interview, Washington Post CEO Don Graham explains why he's selling the paper his family built.
So we belong to Jeff Bezos now. Here's what we know about the sale -- and the new ownership -- so far.
Amazon is a big, influential company with plenty of policy interests. And the company's CEO now also owns Washington's biggest newspaper.
The idea that the Post will remain untouched by Bezos's primary business interests is, for better or worse, probably a fantasy.
Basically, the Business Insider expanded their actual journalism.
Journalism needs to adapt to a digital age. Can it do it without losing itself?
Remember, the Post isn't being sold to Amazon. It's being sold to Bezos. He's buying it as an individual.
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