Starting on Monday, a dollar will no longer buy you the Post and the Daily News in the morning. The Post will jump to 75 cents from 50. The last time the tabloid attempted a price change was in 2006 when it jumped to 50 cents from 25, and the rival News dug into its readership with a temporary price drop at the same time. Don't be surprised if they try the same move this time around ... (The Post is the eighth-most-read paper in the country, running slightly behind the News, which is seventh.) [Adweek]
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