Up for Sale, The Economist Is Unlikely to Alter Its Voice

Journalists at The Economist speak, half-jokingly, of a mythical, perfect sentence for the news and business weekly. It is some version of this: “Wrong.”

 

That implies, said Chris Anderson, who worked there for seven years in the 1990s, and Bill Emmott, who edited it until 2006, that the conventional wisdom has been outlined in a preamble.

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