AOL-TW And IDG Split Up What's Left Of The Standard

from the another-one-bites-the-dust dept

All the hype, all the glory, all the money, and what does it come down to in the end? The assets of the Industry Standard were bought for $1.4 million of pocket change to be split between AOL-Time Warner (subscription list) and estranged parent IDG (everything else). Of course, no one knows what either party is going to do with their shriveled leftovers, but some expect a new version of the Industry Standard to be published again at some point – though, with significantly less hype.

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