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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Obama's veil of secrecy is pierced
Topic - Dow Jones & Company
The number of U.S. companies buying insurance to cover the costs of potential cyberattacks and data breaches rose by a third last year at insurance broker Marsh Inc., making it one of their fastest-growing lines of coverage, Dow Jones News Service reported Thursday.
There have been some inglorious comedowns since the news industry began falling apart in the past decade. The Los Angeles Times once harbored ambitions to take on the New York Times before a bunch of former disc jockeys from the radio business helped run it into bankruptcy. Newsweek was unloaded for $1 and now sells magazines by punking Michele Bachmann.