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The new Nielsen//NetRatings data released last week confirmed a trend: With 13.7 million unique users in the month of April, NYTimes.com remains the highest-trafficked newspaper Website. So what is it that brings all these readers to the Times' site? A look at the tag cloud of most-searched stories — in which the larger the word or phrase appears, the more it has been searched for — reveals that on Internet, the Gray Lady is obsessed with the same thing everyone else is:
FINANCE • John Whitehead, the former chief of Goldman Sachs, blasted the firm for leading Wall Street's "outrageous increase" in salaries. [Bloomberg] • John Edwards earned a paltry $480,000 while studying poverty at Fortress. [DealBook/NYT] • Should the SEC investigate claims of stock manipulation at Apple? The company shares were down 3 percent yesterday after the tech blog Endgadget published a false tip reporting product delays for the iPhone and a new Mac operating system. [DealBreaker]READ MORE »
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