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Barry Diller will be rid of his mistake.
Editor-in-chief Tina Brown said it cost $42 million to print Newsweek.
"Exiting print is an extremely difficult moment for all of us who love the romance of print and the unique weekly camaraderie of those hectic hours before the close on Friday night," Tina Brown said.
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