newspapers to get taxpayer $$ for 'internet training'

Feb 24, 2009 Full story: finance.yahoo.com

Two Minnesota newspapers will receive a share of state grants normally given to retrain workers in manufacturing and other industries in transition.

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Since: Jul 07

Jacksonville, FL

#1 Feb 24, 2009
So now the Media gets a bailout...no wonder they lean to the Left.
Steve K

San Francisco, CA

#2 Feb 25, 2009
You would think that the newspaper companies would be responsible for the costs of technical training for their workers. Can a 40% drop in sales in the last decade be stopped or even slowed by tax payer money? I'm beginning to question some of the these projects receiving funds from the federal stimulus bill.

Since: Jul 07

Jacksonville, FL

#3 Feb 25, 2009
Steve K wrote:
You would think that the newspaper companies would be responsible for the costs of technical training for their workers. Can a 40% drop in sales in the last decade be stopped or even slowed by tax payer money? I'm beginning to question some of the these projects receiving funds from the federal stimulus bill.
You're only NOW beginning to question?

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