Is charging for journalistic non-coverage really such a bad idea?


You may have heard that a writer for the New York Post’s Page Six has been accused of trying to extort money from a rich businessman. The alleged deal: The often-truculent gossip section would go easy on billionaire Ronald Burkle if he’d funnel a couple hundred-thousand bucks to the writer, Jared Paul Stern.

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