For some, for many, the notion of opening the door to grab the morning paper off the front porch is a quaint idea.

    Most legacy print organizations have migrated to a digital first strategy. The size of physical newspapers has shrunk. More people access news online than in print.

    The Washington Post, a legacy print news company that has been expanding under the ownership of Jeff Bezos, has a report this week on another growing trend: The move away from seven-day a week publication.

    Speaking of super rich guys interested in media…

    Elon Musk, is launching a hostile take-over bid for Twitter. He says he has no confidence in current management. Not that anyone was necessarily asking.

    In 1979, Victor Kiam was so impressed with the Remington Micro-screen razor that he bought the company. Musk’s motivations carry a more negative frame.