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29 Sep 2015 By Kevin Allison

Selling most of Business Insider to Axel Springer for $343 mln is another step in the disgraced former dot-com analyst’s rehab. Blodget’s media outlet has made money and created jobs – despite the distorted market for talent that Wall Street created and Silicon Valley is aping.

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