The New Yorker may be on the verge of turning a profit again. Its editor, David Remnick, says he's not interested in focus groups. Dan Yost reports for the San Francisco Chronicle:
It should perhaps be noted for the record that Yost mentions but elides the fact that the magazine was consistently in the black during the editorship of fusty old William Shawn.
The state of The New Yorker
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