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Cision, the media research and posting service that many public relations firms and large businesses use, is going public. Initially begun in 1892 as a Swedish press-clipping service, the company has grown by purchasing a number of public relations services …
The New York Times reports on the continuing decline in top newspapers across the country. Mentioned in the story are The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, The Chicago Tribune, The Los Angeles Times – and yes – the New York …
Hostess, the company that manufactures Twinkies, barely survived bankruptcy and many people wondered whether finding a package of Twinkies would be like purchasing a finely aged wine. Now that the company is out of bankruptcy, it is looking to find …