How a Newspaper Made Money By Charging Nothing

The London Evening Standard newspaper lost money when it charged for each copy. Now it has switched to giving the newspaper out for free the company has made a profit. Andrew Mullins, managing director of the Evening Standard, discusses how the company did it.
Ferrari 488 GTB Coupe Does Turbo-Charged Power Proud
02:31 - March 4 -- Ferrari unveiled what is arguably the most beautiful car of the Geneva car show and it has the first turbo engine in decades. Meet the 488 GTB. It’s a 670-horsepower coupe with a rear-engine V8 and a 0-60 mph sprint time of three seconds flat. Expected sale price is about $180,000. Bloomberg's Hannah Elliott got a first look at this Italian machine built for speed. (Video by Zach Goldstein)
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