Canada’s Globe and Mail invests $2 billion in print presses

Think print is dead? Lots of people do — but not Canada’s national newspaper, The Globe and Mail . It has  sunk $2 billion into new printing presses and now prints on glossy paper. Before you go saying they’re just crazy Canucks, you should know the Globe made money last year and saw an increase in circulation numbers . Still think this is insane? — Jackson Wightman

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