Monday, March 2, 2009, 1:43 PM

Monday's quick reads

(Image credit: Rocky Mountain News)

1. "Under weight of its mistakes, newspaper industry staggers." (The Washington Post) -- Newspapers across the country are either shutting down, declaring bankruptcy, or laying off staff as the public migrates to new forms of communication. The Rocky Mountain News (left) is the latest to print its final edition.

2. "Bailed out? Don't get caught having a good time." (Los Angeles Times) -- Columnist Michael Hiltzik outlines the public relations pitfalls awaiting companies and industries that seek government financing in these tough economic times.

3. "Effective communication can help management succession." (PR Week) -- A CEO succession plan isn't complete without a comprehensive communications component.




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