More on Time Inc.: Look for cutbacks and magazine sales in ’06

1. What Ann Moore did last week significantly centralizes a business operation that long placed near-mystical power in decentralization. (The company twice went to more centralized structures, in the wake of the original Time Inc./Warner merger and then in the AOL/Time Warner merger. And, well, let’s just say that those instances won’t be written up in biz-school textbooks as exemplifying the success of that approach.)

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