Stephen Buel says he intends to sell the 30-year-old alt-weekly and its parent company after apologizing for using the slur in a staff meeting.
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"A SLAM cover is huge because it’s a very obvious and intentional symbol of where we’re going as a game," Moore says.
Citing a drain on time and resources, the 22-year-old Mass.-based policy magazine will shift focus to its growing digital channels.
The deal swells "events-first" HMP's portfolio to more than 275 conferences and expos around the world.
The two-year-old Chicago-based publisher expands its portfolio with three additional brands serving the brick-and-mortar retail industry.
CEO and publisher Elizabeth Bramson-Boudreau on the magazine's new approach and the purpose of print in 2018.
Months after his ouster from SouthComm as part of a "change in strategic direction," Chris Ferrell's new company acquires his old one.
After eight years in the role, Carey will transition to chairman while Hearst seeks his successor.
ALM and North Coast Media on how they're navigating the revenue stream that's changing the rules of advertising.