Gaylord Entertainment Co., owner of the Grand Ole Opry, is dumping its Internet division. GaylordDigital will be sold off or closed by Dec. 31, and 85 jobs will be eliminated. The shut-down is expected to result in a $35 million, one-time charge for Gaylord in the fourth quarter.
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