by: Lukas I. Alpert | The Wall Street Journal
Over the past five years, Newsweek stumbled through three ownership changes, an ill-fated merger with the Daily Beast and a departure from print after 80 years on the newsstand. The once-vaunted title was near the edge of extinction.
Now, it’s trying for a revival. The magazine is profitable again, and on Thursday it will relaunch a print edition in Asia, making it available around the world after limited returns to print in Europe and the U.S. last year.