by Mick Gregory
“This is exactly the kind of action toward business desks that I feared when many papers like the Star announced at the beginning of last year that they were cutting stock listings from their business section,” writes Chris Roush. “If it’s easy to cut the business section once, then it’s easy to cut there again.”
That’s called managing a business. A publisher I worked with once said, “There are two ways to skin a cat.” Either profits rise, or expenses have to be cut. It’s Managerial Economics 101.
What other business has managers for every four or five people?
Well, maybe banks. But where else?
Meanwhile, blogs thrive with very few in head-count and surging readership.
Guess where investors are putting their money?