Listen: BusinessWeek Sold, Condé’s Ad Pages Sunk, MySpace Devalued

By Matt Van Hoven 

Bloomberg bought BusinessWeek, but as FishbowlNY Editor Amanda Ernst notes, the story will likely be top of mind for a year to come. With questions about layoffs, payouts and organizational change-ups looming, one can only wonder if the 80 year-old magazine’s rebirth is karmic. After all, it was founded during the Great Depression.

And what of Henry Blodget’s doomsday valuation of MySpace? “Murdoch’s MySpace Is Probably Pretty Much Worthless” reads his headline in HuffPo. Listen to the hosts discuss these issues and more, by clicking play.

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