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Well, they say it because it’s true: the day of the brick-thick news weekly darkens and draws to a close. The sentries at the gate are few, their flags limp, their tunics tattered, their weapons dulled in rough skirmishes with that modish, invisible enemy (and the internet could so easily have been a friend but for failed negotiations, colonialist bumptiousness, post bolted-horses illogic).

While the Economist serves its corporate subscriber niche with laser-beam ­accuracy and Bloomberg’s recent shaking of its recently purchased Businessweek snow…



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