Revenue climbed 1.2 percent to $590 million, from $582.7 million, and was still far below the $789 million it booked in the same quarter of 2007. Operating expenses fell 4.3 percent to $528.8 million, from $552.4 million.Online ad revenue jumped 21 percent to more than $80 million, while print advertising declined 6 percent to nearly $235 million.
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