Chicago Tribune cuts Monday biz section
The Chicago Tribune has cut its Monday business section and replaced it with a section produced by the newspaper’s content agency, reports Robert Feder.
Feder writes, “In place of the Monday business section, it’s now running Success, an insert produced by Tribune Content Agency offering advice on ‘money, work and the business of life.’
“In a note to readers, Tribune associate editor Colin McMahon wrote: ‘Its diverse content draws from some of the most respected brands in business and personal finance journalism: Inc., Fast Company, Lean In and Kiplinger’s, for example. The Success section also includes news and information from our own Blue Sky Innovation team with stories on startups, entrepreneurs and others in Chicago trying to find new ways to solve problems.'”
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