The last few weeks haven’t been kind to Wall Street. But as we’ve noted before, the turmoil has been good — at least for now — for the media outlets that cover Wall Street.
Here’s a graphic representation: A Compete “velocity” chart that shows “the relative change in daily attention” at News Corp.’s (NWS) Wall Street Journal and Pearson’s (PSO) Financial Times:
But neither newspaper’s site has seen the relative growth in the last 45 days that Wall Street tabloid Dealbreaker has achieved. Good news for us: Dealbreaker editor John Carney — who’s broken several stories in the last few weeks — is joining us tomorrow for his first day as editor of our sister site, Clusterstock.
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