Morning Links: Keith Olbermann Can’t Even Get Along with Al Gore

Don Graham, ceo of Washington Post Co., has found an unlikely mentor in Facebook chief Mark Zuckerberg, who is less

Don Graham, ceo of Washington Post Co., has found an unlikely mentor in Facebook chief Mark Zuckerberg, who is less than half his age. [WSJ]

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Barnes & Noble is selling an arm and a leg to stay afloat. It sold off Sterling Publishing, and is now looking to separate Nook from the rest of the business. [PaidContent.org]

Keith Olbermann is negotiating an exit from Current TV. [The Hollywood Reporter]

Financial Times increased its cover price for the second time in three months. [Guardian]

Diacritically blessed Monocle editor Tyler Brûlé runs a tight ship:

Staff members do not drape coats haphazardly from the backs of chairs, but hang them in orderly fashion in a nearby closet. They do not eat at their desks, sprinkling keyboards with crumbs, but dine in groups in the office’s sleek canteen. They do not fling business cards across tables during meetings, but present them standing, with an air of Asian deference. The rules are unspoken, but understood. [NY Times]

 

Morning Links: Keith Olbermann Can’t Even Get Along with Al Gore