The battle for America: Mail and Guardian look west

The battle between Britain's newspapers is about to spill onto the streets of New York, as Associated Newspapers and Guardian News & Media both prepare to launch their first dedicated editorial operations in the city that never sleeps.

MailOnline and Guardian.co.uk look to expand in US
MailOnline and Guardian.co.uk look to expand in US

The two publishers are reluctant to reveal details but preparations are well underway to establish rival digital news desks within Manhattan.

Read more about plans for MailOnline US and Guardian.com here
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