While media that began online appears to have an edge in advertising revenue, don't count out web properties set up by the old-school, pre-internet companies.
Ron Johnson may be the worst leader that the retail industry has seen in years, but hopefully he has learned a great deal from his mistakes.
With problems still persisting in the financial industry, more layoffs may be on the horizon.
A new austerity in the industry will rein in capital spending and lower production, which in turn should boost prices.
As advertisers continue to migrate to new media, the world's largest magazine publisher is put on the block.
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Despite the threat of sequestration, UBS is positive on some of the biggest defense contractors.
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