LOS ANGELES (AP) - Newspapers are returning to a business strategy that served them well in the heyday of street-corner newsboys shouting the front-page news. They're enticing people with a little free online content before asking them to pay up.
The "Why buy the cow?" argument once referred to the complexities of unmarried cohabitation. In this new century it's being applied to Internet sites.
...acknowledged the new strategy could help improve the image of a company that has bothered more than consumers. The New York Times Co. and L.L. Bean Inc. are among businesses that have sued Claria for delivering pop-up ads that they said...
BOSTON (AP) - The Boston Red Sox, controlled by the Yawkey family and its trust since 1933, could be turned over as soon as January to a Florida financier and a New York television executive in a record-breaking $660 million deal.
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