Few industries have been harder hit by technological change than media and publishing, yet companies in that field with successful reinvestment strategies have shareholders singing their praises.
June 7, 2012
No one could have dreamed up all the wonderful technological innovations and communications we are enjoying today from companies like Apple, Amazon, Twitter, and Google. But for some, the dream has turned into a nightmare. Media and publishing companies face the daily threat of newspapers, books, and television and losing attention at an alarming rate to blogs, message boards, e-readers, tweets, and YouTube videos. Read more...
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