London Evening Standard Goes into Profit

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By: Roy Greenslade | The Guardian

The London Evening Standard has achieved its aim of making a profit within three years of going free.

Andrew Mullins, the paper’s managing director, says that in the year up to 30 September, the Standard managed to return a profit of just over £1m.

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