by on Jul 17, 7:00 AM
The newspaper no longer depend son the publishing technology of former owner Tribune Publishing.
by on Jul 16, 7:00 AM
The piece, about presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg, ignited a social-media firestorm. Dale Peck describes Buttigieg as "the gay equivalent of Uncle Tom."
by on Jul 15, 7:00 AM
It's a dramatic shift for the trade association that has represented the consumer-magazine industry since its founding in 1919 - in the media capital of New York City.
by on Jul 12, 7:00 AM
Journalists are struggling to survive financially, and their monetary worth is fluctuating.
by on Jul 11, 7:00 AM
Amazon's Prime Day shopping event includes zillions of announced markdowns, including 85% discounts on print magazine subscriptions.
by on Jul 10, 7:00 AM
Longtime executive Kevin O'Malley plans to retire after 37 years in publishing.
by on Jul 9, 7:00 AM
So far, the Trump-free issue hasn't triggered a derisive tweet storm from the president.
by on Jul 8, 7:00 AM
Greenwald published a series of articles that alleged corrupt behavior by Sergio Moro, the country's minister of justice.
by on Jul 5, 7:00 AM
Google Trends said more people searched Williamson's name during the debate than for any other candidate, including headliners.
by on Jul 3, 7:00 AM
The political site has never turned a profit, despite building an online audience that hit 7.5 million unique visitors in June.