Meredith's Better Homes and Gardens "posted a 71.5 percent jump in single copy sales" in the second half of 2007, making it a rare success story in an industry struggling with newsstand sales across the board. Their secret: selling overrun copies of the mag at "steep discounts" at the dollar store. They had to end that deal when "Wal-Mart threatened to turn the publisher's titles away from its newsstands." Yes, the publishing industry has less clout than the people who manufacture budget toilet paper. [Folio]