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Zell on Tribune: ‘I don’t look back’

   In a wide-ranging, 11-minute interview with Maria Bartiromo of CNBC, Sam Zell, chairman and CEO of Tribune Co., talks about the company’s...

Padding the nest

Bucking the tight-money trend, San Francisco-based real-estate search engine Roost Inc. secured $8 million in new funding on top of the $5.5 million previous...

BT gets attention in a recession

The advertising slowdown has everyone looking at ways to save money or make their spending more effective. Behavioral targeting is coming onto more people’s...

‘Business as usual’ at Trib?

Following its Chapter 11 filing, the Tribune Co. has sent out a letter to its advertisers to reassure them that it’s still “business as usual”...

Dueling editors

That banjo music you hear is from separate NPR interviews of New York Times Executive Editor Bill Keller and Wall Street Journal Managing Editor Robert Thompson....

Google’s got magazines

Google has introduced extensive magazine archives and current magazines within its online Google Book Search. You can filter for magazines in Google’s...

MySpace vids go mobile

Mobile users can now watch videos from MySpace via a partnership with RipCode. The content will be available at MySpace’s mobile site, m.myspace.com. MySpace...

Teen girl social network shuts down

Teen girl social media Web site Flip.com is shutting down on Dec. 16. The Conde Nast site, launched in 2006, informed users that any data they have can be printed...

Yahoo loses Daboll to Bunchball

Another senior exec is leaving Yahoo. This time it’s Peter Daboll who had the intriguing title of chief of insights. He’ll be heading up social media...