Fairfax paper cuts are going to hurt

The decision by Fairfax to deliberately reduce its print circulation to focus on digital could be a costly one, and highlights the biggest tension facing business today – the fight to change faster or slow things down.

A few days after negotiations between Fairfax and News Corporation over shared print facilities in Melbourne and Sydney, Fairfax chief executive Greg Hywood revealed Fairfax was cutting back on the newspapers you pick up at newsagents and investing the money in digital. He could be turning dollars into cents.


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