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Pearson's FT.com goes from free to fee

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London--Facing increasing pressure to stem losses from online ventures, Pearson plc's flagship Financial Times announced plans Tuesday to charge for access to its FT.com Web site. The newspaper joins a growing list of titles forced to charge for subscriptions as advertising dries up. Launched in 1996 as a free service, FT.com will charge readers $110 or $300 a year, depending on the level of subscription, starting next month.
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