NY Times Sunday Business Section-Lite? Does Scant Serious Reporting on Global Financial Crisis Signal Irrelevancy?

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WHERE'S THE BEEF? Are budgetary cutbacks noticeably effecting The Sunday NY Times Business section content?

If you judged the economy by New York Times‘ Sunday Business section this week, you would think it was just one more lazy weekend and not the foment and “uncharted waters” of the global financial crisis.

When the headlines are placed in a list–see below–you immediately get the picture. Call it global crisis lite.

Where is the hard hitting content that readers need? Huffington Post anyone?

NY Times Business Section headlines (Sunday, March 15, 2009):

Secrets of the Talent Scouts
At A.I.G., Good Luck Following the Money
Is It Time to Retrain B-Schools?
Can You Pass a C.E.O. Test?
Fewer Letters and More Space In The Mailbox
Just Don’t Compare It To Google
A Sound Machine that Stays Alert While You’re Asleep
India – A Land’s Vast Potential, Seen From Within
Power Lunching – Recession or Not
Finding Messages in a Blueprint
A Ray of Hope,and Wall Street Celebrates
A Comfort Zone Among the Pots and Pans
Taking the Retail Reins
Recession Fallback: A Job in Direct Sales

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