On Facebook and Twitter, almost no one is a downer (read my tweets for an antidote). Ivor Tossell explores why. From The Globe and Mail: I have no qualms with droll irony. Lord knows, it's all I've got going for me sometimes. But after a while, it becomes impossible to ignore the fact that everybody on […]
A survey of U.S. financial journalists finds some believing they dropped the ball on the lead-up to the meltdown, some think negative media reporting could make the recession worse, which leads into the final point of this post — neuronomics.
The Globe and Mail, Canada’s premier newspaper, is looking to shed bodies in an attempt to slice operating costs. The move is being blamed on a moribund advertising climate.