Stop the presses!


The continuing multiplication and globalisation of news outlets has created an unprecedented - some would say insatiable - demand for news.

For reporters and editors, the pressure is on to fill airtime, newspaper columns and web pages.

As a result, these days practically any business can find itself the centre of some hostile media attention. An aggrieved investor or disaffected employee may have gone to the press with a tale to tell. A principal may be suspected of misconduct. A mischievous

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