Rupert Murdoch’s victory in securing the Wall Street Journal has left the Financial Times scrambling to form alliances to compete with the overwhelming synergies that News Corporation’s global reach will provide.

Meanwhile a lesser-known entity, the UK’s Guardian, is making some strategic decisions of its own: eyeing a US push in an apparent attempt to capitalize on current perceptions of corporate influence in the news media.

In a recent interview with the Financial Times, Carolyn McCall, chief executive of the Guardian Media Group, shared some telling insights about the company’s strategy:

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