this may be the case for most businesses but not at the same time.
The first time I heard this was in the context of the stock market. The general tenor of the media was that stocks went up and were making money for everyone. Of course, this didn’t always happen, and it’s a little bit like the “market is good, you only have to work 80 hours a week and your whole life will be changed forever” myth.
The problem with the stock market is that the market can be anything, and the news media is not that big. It’s not so much a media media as it is a market. Most of the media (and most of the other media) are about the market. When the market is full of money and a large share of the population are buying and selling, it’s not a news media.
The media is just the way the market works, and we need to understand the way the market works to know what the market is doing, and how we can affect it. In the news media, the market is measured through click-bait headlines, and news stories are often about events outside of the market that do not have a direct connection to the market. For instance, the market for a company might be measured by how many new jobs its creating or how many patents its being granted.
In the same way, the market for a company is measured by how many jobs it is creating and how many patents it is doing. When you are in charge of the market, you have a multiplier effect on the market. When you are buying shares, you can buy shares that can help you build up a larger market, but at the same time, when you sell shares, you can sell shares that can help you build a smaller market.