This chart shows the average daily circulation at the Top 10 U.S. newspapers between October 2012 and March 2013.
This chart shows the average weekday and Sunday circulation of The Washington Post from 2004 to 2013.
This chart shows the share of the population that admitted paying a bribe in the world’s top ten countries for corruption.
This chart shows the results of a survey among 2,048 Americans regarding their primary news source.
This chart shows a regional breakdown of traffic on Twitter.com in the past three months. 22.9% of Twitter's traffic comes from the United States, making it the most important market for the microblogging service.
This chart shows the percentage of the population that accesses online news by smartphone and tablet in selected countries.
This chart shows a forecast of global ad revenues in 2013, broken down by advertising medium.
This chart provides an overview of Airbus A350 and Boeing 787 orders and deliveries by year
This chart shows what kind of devices Americans prefer to stream music on.
This chart shows the countries where the highest number of journalists were killed in 2012
This chart shows a digital ad spending forecast for the United States until 2017. eMarketer expects desktop ad spending to peak in 2014 while mobile advertising is just taking off.
This chart shows the pay levels of chief executives in the United States between 1989 and 2012
This chart gives an overview of the doughnut industry and its main player, Dunkin Donuts
This chart shows estimated consumer book sales in the United States from 2008 through 2017.
This chart shows how tablets shipments are expected to overtake PC shipments for the first time in 2015.
This chart illustrates Amazon's long-term growth from 1997 through 2012.
This chart illustrates Tumblr's exponential growth since its launch in February 2007.
This chart illustrates how a $1,000 bet on Facebook's IPO compares with other investments over the past year.
This chart shows the global penetration of the world's ten largest social media sites.
This chart illustrates the distribution of Tweets among Twitter users. The chart is based on 1,535,929,521 Tweets from 71,273,997 unique users between October 23 and November 30, 2012.
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