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A recap of this week's top stories:

  1. Magazine Media: Knockdown or Fixer Upper?
    To keep the print house standing, publishers need to emphasize consumer trust, accountability, and a willingness to experiment.
  2. Five Questions for Mark Solheim, the New Editor of Kiplinger's Personal Finance
    The 37-year company veteran, who succeeds editor-in-chief Janet Bodnar, enters the new role this week.
  3. Advertising Confidence Declines in June
    Our new index shows execs are less optimistic as summer doldrums hit.
  4. For Marijuana Venture, Cannabis Cultivation is Serious Business
    How an eight-page newsletter grew into a 200-page monthly magazine in less than three years.
  5. Norman Pearlstine, Time Inc. Vice Chairman, to Retire
    Pearlstine will retire in mid-July after a 40-year run in the publishing industry.
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