• 'Inc.' Cover Features First Pregnant CEO, While 'Forbes' Neglects Women Innovators
    Audrey Gelman, cofounder-CEO of The Wing, appears on Inc.'s October cover cradling her baby bump. The story profiles Gelman's fast-growing startup that provides co-working spaces for women.
  • Will Google's Revised News Algorithm Quell Antitrust Critics?
    Google's effort to give original reporting a higher ranking on its news page may appease some publishers, but is less likely to quell criticism from politicians.
  • 'BuzzFeed' Seeks New President Amid Operations Overhaul
    The digital publisher will hire a president amid a reorganization that aims to strengthen collaboration among its advertising and ecommerce businesses.
  • 'New York Times' Arms Critics With Bungled Kavanaugh Report
    The newspaper undermined a bombshell report about Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh's alleged sexual misconduct by burying the story on its op-ed page, omitting key information and highlighting the piece with a brazenly offensive tweet.
  • Study: Local News On Facebook Mirrors Coverage Of Media Outlets
    Researchers found "social-media news consumers have an appetite for the more substantial varieties of local news."
  • Hearst's Connecticut Newspapers Plan Paywall For 'Insider' Exclusives
    By creating a hybrid of paywall and free content, Hearst Connecticut aims to generate reader revenue, while also supporting "significant" web traffic that supports ad sales.
  • Print Readers Are Most Likely To Pay For Local News
    Some 71% of U.S. adults believe their local news media is in good financial health, but only 14% paid for a subscription, donated money or signed up for a membership
  • Leaked Facebook Memo Hints At News Tab Plans
    A leaked internal memo indicates the world's biggest social network will rely on human editors to pick stories highlighted in its upcoming "Top News" section.
  • Google's Local-News Fig Leaf Won't Cover Digital Ad Sins
    Google this week announced a program to help the publishers of Minnesota's 'Star-Tribune' newspaper study ways to reach younger audiences.
  • Jeffrey Epstein's Gruesome Legacy Ensnares M.I.T. Media Lab
    Joi Ito resigned from the M.I.T. Media Lab and from the board of The New York Times less than a day after 'The New Yorker' published a bombshell report.
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