Steve Dempsey: In the wake of last week's split from Time Warner, Time Inc now needs to adjust to the new reality and challenges of the modern publishing market
Last Friday, a high-profile media divorce took place when Time Warner and Time Inc called it a day.
Last Friday, a high-profile media divorce took place when Time Warner and Time Inc called it a day. It was great while it lasted, but now the media giant and its magazine publishing wing have gone their separate ways.
Time Inc was cut adrift because its revenues have fallen by 34 per cent and its operating profit by 59 per cent over the past ten years. And the stock market gave the newly-single Time Inc...
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