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“Every day there’s a different new idea”: Musical chairs at CBS News as Zirinsky makes moves

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“Are we at a party, or a wake?”: Journalists wonder if Apple News+ is a Trojan horse

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View: “A.O.C. is the new Trump bump”: Is Murdoch’s paper out to nuke the congresswoman—or just dabbling in a McCarthy-era traffic play?

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“James Bennet will recuse himself”: If Senator Michael Bennet runs for president, his brother, The New York Times opinion editor, will stand down

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“People need to see people who look like them”: In a groundbreaking hire, Axios names Jess Szmajda as its new C.T.O

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Jay Penske gobbles up the remaining 49 percent of Rolling Stone

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“We’re trying to grab people by the collar every day”: Axios, the fast-twitch media darling, is celebrating its second anniversary – and virtual profitability

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