Business picks from elsewhere, Wednesday 21 March
Popcorn, newspaper advertising, and the Vatican bank.
1. Vatican bank struggles to be cleansed of past sins, (Reuters)
The bank remains reluctant to confess to what it did wrong, writes Pierre Briançon.
2. Newspaper advertising: getting worse, (Babbage)
Online is growing too slowly, writes Babbage.
3. Battling the popcorn lobby, (Washington Post)
Should food regulations cover movie theaters, writes Sarah Kliff.
4. Steve Jobs, did the end justify the means? (Financial Times)
A new biography of Jobs focuses on the “rough edges of his personality”, writes Andrew Hill.
5. Mark Zuckerberg Doesn't Want Facebook to Go Public (Portfolio)
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg failed to show up Monday to an analyst meeting, writes
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