That's how media outlets in the 21st century are moving: Everything with a political deconstruction. Even Skadden, Arps' tax work for Pfizer and Yahoo is being analyzed in reference to Campaign 2016.
During the 20th century, we who understood business had the edge. That was the dominant meme. And the new media properties being launched like Business 2.0 were focused on that. The story was about new models.
Neutron Jack Welch at GE was destroying corporate paternalism. Instead of hiring more and more people he was eliminating not only them but full-time positions. The contract worker was born.
Then came the dot.coms. They went, but not for long. Their return was in the form of a startups funded with obscene amounts of venture capital. But those founders were all to be seen at the White House. They knew that the game they had to play was the political one.
Public relations agencies moved into lobbying. Former political aides morphed into big time media anchors.
Sure, money is still be made in business. Tons of it. But that's just money. The cool is in politics. It's sexy to interpret Hillary's moves. Her money? Just an issue to bring up in political mud-sliding. A good time is being had by all. Business was too serious, anyway.