With a buzzword laden memo from CEO Guy Vidra, The New Republic announced a shakeup in its management and its business model today.

Perhaps the most important development was the addition of the term “straddle generation” to the lexicon.

Naturally the uproar was an opportunity for some good snark.


Editor’s note: The text of this post has been amended to correct grammatical errors in the opening paragraph. We apologize for the errors.



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