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Why Jeff Bezos Bought The Washington Post

Stephanie Denning But it did offer “one gift: free global distribution.” With Bezos’s help, The Post developed a new strategy to “take advantage of that gift.” They implemented a new business model. The old model relied on generating a high revenue per reader. Their new focus would forego revenue per reader in favor of acquiring more readers. In other words, a volume play. Early signs of success indicated the strategy was working. The Washington Post was quick to post profitability and a growing newsroom. Bezos’s approach in purchasing the Washington Post wasn’t exceptionally analytical, as he noted, “my decision-making process for something like this was definitely intuition and not analysis.” But intuition shouldn’t be misunderstood for ego. The popular white knight narrative can be a vanity trap. And the risk in continuing to advance this theory is that others with the cash but no operational expertise or interest may think they too can sweep in, throw money at a media property, and send it on its way.

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It’s a weak “guilt by association” technique poorly bolstered by sexism and class envy. At least this loser showed some restraint and declined to play the race card. https://t.co/Q95dOX2aJC — H.P. Loveshaft (@HLoveshaft) September 20, 2018 So now we’re stereotyping people who went to schools “down the road” from someone. Okay? Or we can take the claims for face value, gather all facts, listen to both sides and provide due process for each party https://t.co/BXaY9KXudv — Cody Maggard (@CodyMaggard10) September 20, 2018 Let’s be very clear here: “He went to a prep school so he’s probably guilty” is basically just the Woke version of “He’s from ***that*** part of town so he’s probably guilty.” https://t.co/Frl7MkuKsV — Jeremiah Stephan Dunleavy IV (@JerryDunleavy) September 20, 2018 Perspective: He’s from a bad neighborhood, so he’s probably guilty. These bad takes are going to flourish until some credible details are added to this accusation. https://t.co/9iIFLWnFoB — Michael Brendan Dougherty (@michaelbd) September 20, 2018 I’m so glad we get to judge everyone based on what they look like and the communities they came from again. It was just too much work to judge based on an individual’s overall personality and actions.

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