First, Arianna Huffington is accused of using a courtesan's techniques. Then Elizabeth Spiers's appointment as editor of the Observer is compared to a bad marriage. And this week, even though Adweek admits Tina Brown has improved the content, newsstand, and ad sales for Newsweek, she's still painted as an over-demanding flake. Hard to imagine male editors being described in these particular terms. [Adweek]
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