How a Billionaires Boys’ Club Came to Dominate More and More Journalism

From a Washington Post story by Michael Scherer and Sarah Ellison headlined “How a billionaires boys’ club came to dominate the public square”:

The world’s richest man, Elon Musk, attacked a publication owned by the world’s third-richest man, Jeff Bezos, last month for reprinting a column published by the world’s 13th-richest man, Mike Bloomberg.

The Bloomberg opinion article, posted by The Washington Post, asked whether Musk’s recent investment in Twitter would endanger freedom of speech. “WaPo always good for a laugh,” Musk wrote in a tweet, with smiling and crying emoji.