Too Much Truth in Advertising at the WaPo?

The business department at the Washington Post has gotten into trouble in what may be a case of too much truth in advertising. As reported by Politico (7/2/09), the Post circulated a flyer offering–for the low, low cost of $25,000–an “intimate and exclusive Washington Post salon, an off-the-record dinner and discussion at the home of CEO and publisher Katharine Weymouth.” The circular promised the participation of “key Obama administration and congressional leaders” as well as “healthcare reporting and editorial staff members of the Washington Post.” Lest anyone be confused as to why dinner at the Post‘s publisher’s house would be […]