Wolff tells me this on Twitter about that:
Excellent. Maybe Blodget will want to buy it. Or maybe not. For what it’s worth, here’s a Compete chart comparing Business Insider visitors to Newser visitors:
USA Today and The Guardian don’t tell you that its columnist is actually competing in the same space as some of the companies he’s slagging, so I thought I would.
Let’s call that an error of omission.
“It’s a fair question,” says USA Today Editor-in-chief David Callaway in response to a an email I sent over a few days asking why Wolff’s Newser relationship wasn’t disclosed. “Michael isn’t involved with Newser’s day-to-day management, but he is an investor.
“I’ll discuss with him and his editor. We’re happy to disclose all relationships that might appear to cause conflict.”
I haven’t heard back from The Guardian yet.
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