Trader Media Group and EMAP are basically keeping the rest of the Guardian afloat. Notably, TMG made a stunning 85% of its profits from digital, up from 70% last year. In other words, Auto Trader has made a hugely-successful switch from print to online.
I think that one of the trends of the next few years will be more and more investigative journalism (real, proper journalism) done away from the newspapers. The economics of doing a deep story don't fit with the kind of "audience-first" model that most papers seem to be chasing.
I'd add "solution" to the list. Products and services aren't solutions until you've shown me what they're a solution to. So don't call every damn thing you do "a solution". And if I read "market-leading solution" from anyone again, I'll eat their face.