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U.S. News mulls online move

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Officials of U.S. News & World Report are scheduled to huddle in Washington on Tuesday to determine whether they should stay with CompuServe when the magazine's current contract with the online service expires at the end of the month. U.S. News officials were alarmed earlier this month when Time said it was jumping from America Online to CompuServe. Industry insiders estimate Time was paid $3.5 million by CompuServe to make the move.

Said U.S. News Senior VP-Publisher Tom Evans, "Obviously we're talking with some people and considering our options."

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