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Mainstream Auto Mags Shadow Fate of Business Week

Mainstream consumer titles are getting dumped at a fraction of valuations. Business Week’s fire sale suggests a tough time for automotive mags seeking a new home. What can we expect in the way of consolidation where buyers are thin on the ground and new media has all but decimated the print model?

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