There have been plenty of examples of old-media organizations struggling to come to terms with this whole Internet thing, but those struggles evidently happen internally, too. Just like newspaper editors might fight for column inches, editors at BusinessWeek tussled over whether something should go in one of its blogs, or its online edition. As the writer points out, it's basically a wash, with each section having its merits. But it just goes to show old media or new, office politics don't die.
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