Microsoft signed on as the first major client of NewsGuard, a startup that claims to fight "fake news" by rating the reliability of publishers. Yet its own rating system deserves more transparency.
About two-thirds of publishers in a Reuters' survey said they were "concerned" or "very concerned" about staff burnout because of work overload or the relentless nature of the job.
That's one prediction from a Reuters Institute worldwide survey that also found about one-third of publishers will "get no help from anyone else" in paying for their journalism.
The Bezos family lives in Washington state; its law says the assets accumulated by married couples are community property that must be split equally in a divorce. Bezos and his wife reportedly didn't have a prenuptial agreement when they got married in 1993, a year before Bezos started Amazon.
'Love' has generated gushing press coverage from other fashion publications that describe the cover as "stunning" or "ballsy and brilliant and bold."
The public outcry is one indication that the #Metoo movement may have a toehold in Japan, one of the most insular and hidebound countries in the world.
Yahoo Finance's upcoming subscription service is long overdue. It will reportedly cost about $100 a month, which is still pricey for the average retail investor, but not for industry pros.
The #Metoo era that ended the careers of media moguls such as Harvey Weinstein is likely to make morals clauses even more common.
Conde Nast Britain lost GBP13.6 million in 2017 ($17.3 million) on sales of GBP113 million, compared with a profit of GBP4.3 million in 2016. The results indicate Conde Nast International isn't any more immune to negative sales trends than its sister company in the U.S.
Fake internet activity may have reached the breaking point in 2018 as Facebook contended with the Cambridge Analytica scandal and committed to cleaning up its platform.