2008 Was Rough for Traditional Media

Newspaper companies lost $64B overall and print ownership continues to drag down stock prices across business models.

BusinessWeek Editor Calls $34 Billion for Autos a 'Rounding Error'

Jim Ellis promotes Big Three bailout on CNN's "Your $$$$$," says people need to start borrowing, spending again.

BusinessWeek 'Recession Blog' Inactive a Whole Month as GDP Jumps 1.9 Percent

Posts few and far between three months after magazine debuts 'stories of how individuals are coping with the downturn.'

CNN Uses 'Manipulated' Number to Attack Debt Arbitration Group

'American Morning' calls dispute resolution system 'seemingly unfair' but leaves out context of personal responsibility.

BusinessWeek Dedicates Blog Exclusively to 'Recession in America'

The site's purpose: 'to uncover the stories of how individuals are coping with the downturn.'

BusinessWeek Champions Case Against Free Trade

Article highlights all the reasons to oppose globalization in America.

Ed Begley Jr. Claims 'Green' Decisions Save Money

At Hollywood conference, actor and activist makes a case for green choices and the bottom line.

The Medias Top 10 Economic Myths of 2007

Compiled by the Business and Media Institute

'Going Green' Puts Business in the Red

Media praise businesses for eco-attitudes, but overlook hefty cost.

A Bottled Water the Media Almost Like

BusinessWeek details Icelandic Water Holdings' environmentalism, but is left unquenched.
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