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Men’s Answer to Leaning In: The Fraternity of Paternity “Men might actually be better at handling women’s issues than women,” writes Bloomberg Businessweek.
Media, These Are Your ‘Dudes’ Adam Rapoport, Hugo Lindgren, and Josh Tyrangiel. That’s the best we can do.
‘Starting an Office Romance? Just Sign Here, and Here’ Workplaces are doing anything they can to avoid problems from this classic trap.
Times Describes Boyish Businessweek Editor in Unusually Evocative Manner “Mr. Tyrangiel is 37, and, with his rosy cheeks and bright brown eyes, seems like he should be playing stickball in 1940s Brooklyn.”
Business Week Lays Off 130 That’s a third of its entire staff.
Media Columnist Jon Fine Out at Business Week He went on a spectacular six-month sabbatical, and will not be invited back.
Josh Tyrangiel to Business Week The online editor will take over Bloomberg LP’s latest acquisition.
Bloomberg Buys BusinessWeek The deal was for somewhere between $2 and $5 million in cash, with an agreement to assume liabilities
Cuts at Women’s Day and Men’s Journal And yet, new magazines are churning out literally every day.
2008 Investment Guides Are HILARIOUS Sure, some people saw the Wall Street crash coming — but most didn’t.
New York Dining Is Not As Expensive As You Think New Zagat stats indicate the average price of a meal here is up $2, but we’re still far from the most expensive city in the world.
Some Lawyers Are Sad LAW
• Know a troubled lawyer? If you work in the law, you probably do — some estimates put the ratio of depressed attorneys at 20 percent — and a few new Websites are trying help them out. [Law Blog/WSJ, WSJ]
• How not to get out of your marijuana arrest: When the judge lets you off easy, pull out a driver’s license covered in pot. [New York Law Journal]
• So just how lame was Cadwalader’s Wild Wild West holiday party last night? Wildly. [Above the Law]