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    The lawsuit accuses the SBA of stonewalling their requests for greater disclosure about loan recipients.
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    The strategy will require publishers to undo reader expectations that online information is free, which mostly has been the case since the internet was commercialized in 1994.
  • Hearst Employees To Vote On Union After NLRB Ruling
    The next steps will be to set a vote date or to organize a mail-in ballot as the coronavirus pandemic keeps many people stuck indoors.
  • How Will Improvements To Programmatic Ads Help Publishers?
    In matching the information provided by advertisers, agencies, programmatic platforms and publishers, a recent study found 51% of ad spend reaches digital media outlets and 15% vanishes somewhere in the supply chain.
  • NewsGuard Identifies 10 'Super-Spreaders' Of COVID-19 Untruths
    Just as the coronavirus has "super-spreaders," inaccurate reporting has carriers that are possibly dangerous.
  • Fewer Americans Say News Media Exaggerates Pandemic
    The change in opinion likely indicates that more people are taking the health crisis seriously, a key development in containing the pandemic and reopening the economy.
  • Asking Google To Pay For News Is A Perilous Idea
    News outlets should be wary of any scheme that makes them financially dependent on the company.
  • Meredith's Doug Olson Charts Course Through Pandemic
    The company is developing strategies for everything from advertising sales to the reopening of its offices as lockdowns gradually lift.
  • Publishers Need To Weigh Their Plans To Reopen Offices
    As long as the coronavirus is a significant health threat, publishers must determine how to adapt almost every part of their operations.
  • Pandemic Relief May Change Pension Equation For McClatchy
    It's too early to tell whether the proposal will survive in the House's final version that reaches President Trump's desk.
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