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November 06, 2008

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Adrian Monck

"Where they once filled a role as weekly digests and analysts of the news, Time, Newsweek and U.S. News and World Report now look like total anachronisms."

And yet The Week, which is a pure digest, is doing quite nicely. And not too many down-turned heads at the Economist.

Charles Barthold

I agree with the general point of view. I have to say that Time is doing the best of the three. Each week they have plenty of interesting articles and points of view I have not seen before. I am not sure if that is translating to success on the business side but it's a good editorial product. The Economist is the other exception. And they follow the same path Times seems to be taking -- interesting, unique content.

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