The financial web site 24/7 Wall Street
has graded the web sites of the country's biggest newspapers. The New York Times
and San Francisco Chronicle
get well-deserved As. Cleveland.com
, the Plain Dealer's site, earns a C-, which seems about right. Granted, it's harder to hell to navigate, and sometimes when you're clicking around you accidentally stumble on an old Sam Fulwood story, which can really ruin up your day. But we went to public school, where they only give out Ds if you stab the teacher, so C- seems fair enough.
Here's 24/7 Wall Street's take: ...