America's largest newspaper publisher goes on a spending spree
Here's the key section of the memo to employees from newspaper division president Bob Dickey:
We're excited to announce a significant investment in our newsgathering tools. This week, we have purchased thousands of new devices for many of our journalists. These include:
Source: Gannett Blog.
A $73.5 million investment in shares of Apple Inc. is now worth $207 million
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First the Wall Street Journal's Walt Mossberg jumped the gun, publishing his online review of Apple's new iPhone 3G on Tuesday night, more than a day before his usual Thursday column appears.
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