Obama continues promise of change in victory speech

Obama stays on 'change' message; executives blog during tough economic period; 'US News' goes monthly; and more

At the end of a historic presidential campaign, the first black American to win the presidency echoed his consistent message of change to a crowd gathered in Chicago's Grant Park.

Meanwhile, John McCain in a concession speech largely hailed for its graciousness, took full responsibility for his failed campaign.

The media largely played it safe in calling the election for Barack Obama, and, later, planned for a post-election landscape.


The New York Times profiles executives who blog to increase transparency during the economic downturn.

US News & World Report
reportedly will decrease its frequency, publishing only monthly.

The federal government probes marketing efforts of Vytorin.

The Federal Communications Commission votes 5-to-0 to approve the use of unlicensed frequencies, or “white space.”

Marketers go friendly to promote products and services during economic instability.

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