Mrs. Butterworth|AOL’s $4.2B Value|Andrew Ross Sorkin|Keller: Decision On Paid Content For NYT Will Come To “Gut Call”

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PRNewser: An interview with Mrs. Butterworth, whose been getting into the social media recently.

All Things Digital: Time Warner’s sale of AOL has been valued at $4.2 billion — “marked down from the $5.5 billion Google assigned to the company when it wrote down its five percent stake earlier this year. Which was, of course, a markdown from the $20 billion value Google had given it in 2005.”

Vanity Fair: A Q&A with The New York Times‘s Andrew Ross Sorkin on the eve of the launch of his book, Too Big To Fail

New York Observer: The decision on charging for content will come down to a “gut call,” reveals New York Times executive editor Bill Keller.