My hometown daily, the Los Angeles Times (not that the hometown part is always easy to notice), today begins reducing the stock price listings to a planned one page a day, focusing only on the top 1,300 most traded and companies of SoCal interest. In the front (but below the fold) of the Business section announcement, the Times admits that "The change recognizes that most investors monitor daily stock prices via the Internet." The New York Times will follow suit on April 4.
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