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Online Classified Service Spreads Like Wildfire

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Online Classified Service Spreads Like Wildfire

Online Classified Service Spreads Like Wildfire

Online Classified Service Spreads Like Wildfire

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What's in 120 cities, features four million classified advertisements a month, and is read all over? It's Craigslist. The online service offers up everything from cars to jobs to personal ads, and has become a four-letter word for newspapers. Newspapers depend on classifieds for a good chunk of their revenue. David talks to Craigslist CEO Jim Buckmaster.