Newspapers: Paper trail - The Economist

Newspapers: Paper trail

Newspapers: Paper trail - The Economist
Newspapers: Paper trail
Published Aug 14, 2004
338 words — Published Aug 14, 2004
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Newspapers have found a way to increase circulation: fake it WHEN the Chicago Sun-Times disclosed in June that it had overstated its circulation, nobody was all that shocked; the paper was, after all, controlled by Conrad Black, a disgraced...

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