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TheStreet.com charges for content

Financial website scrabbles for cash...
Written by Sonya Rabbitte, Contributor

Financial website scrabbles for cash...

Financial website TheStreet.com will charge customers for its latest offering in a bid to diversify revenue streams away from advertising. The new daily financial report, the Daily Swing Trade, which provides stock analysis and trading tips, is one of a number of new subscription-based products in the pipeline. The company said it was confident its audience would pay for tailored information, despite the current economic climate. TheStreet.com cut 20 per cent of its staff last year after advertising revenue slumped.
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