It’s interesting how any news about Anna and Edward has always lead to the discussion about their treatments to their respective editions on this forum even if the initial news itself doesn’t focus on such topic. First of all, how do you even know if Edward is more or less focusing entirely on print advertising? As far as I’m concerned, the total revenue from digital advertising is rarely published to the public. For all we know, the inventories that UK Vogue sells on their website are selling like crazy, not to mention if they make them available for programmatic buying, which has been a common practice for display network, digital placement. And how on earth did his decision to discount prices affect the entirety of CN? I’m genuinely confused as to how that works entirely. We may not know if percentages of his magazine’s revenue is bigger, less big, or as big as US Vogue’s but even without the available information on online revenues, his ad pages were significantly more than the majority of Vogue editions all over the world. How did that hurt the CN business as you implied?