Tagged: Redesigns

No 'dear idiot' letters in Rochester 0

No 'dear idiot' letters in Rochester

Steve Sink, business editor of the Rochester Democrat & Chronicle, writes Sunday that reader reaction to changes in its business section have been much nicer than when he led an overhaul of Newsday’s business section...

Fortune gearing up for redesign 0

Fortune gearing up for redesign

The New York Post’s Keith Kelly writes Wednesday that Fortune magazine is gearing up for a redesign in the wake of hiring Allan Sloan away from Newsweek and Dan Gross away from Slate. Bob...

New biz section in Colorado 0

New biz section in Colorado

The Aspen Times, in conjunction with the Glenwood Springs Post Independent, rolled out Tuesday a new business section called Inside Business, which covers all things business in the Roaring Fork Valley and beyond, according to a short...

New Sunday biz section in Rochester 0

New Sunday biz section in Rochester

The Rochester Democrat and Chronicle said in Tuesday’s paper that it would introduce a new Sunday business section this weekend. The brief stated, “Look for BusinessLife, a brand-new business section that debuts in the...

The problem with cut stock listings 0

The problem with cut stock listings

Hal Morris, writing on his GrumpyEditor.com blog, makes an excellent argument as to why newspapers should stop cutting the stock listings from their business sections. He wrote, “Readers’ cries to retain full daily stock...