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MapQuest Drops Paper Maps

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The MercuryNews has a short story about Mapquest dropping its printed map publishing business to focus solely on its digital presence. “MapQuest published its first road map for free distribution at gas stations in 1967 when it launched as a division of R.R. Donnelley & Sons in Chicago. The company produces more than 1.5 billion pages of printed maps every year.”

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