Former CEO Blair Johnson on how the b2b and alt-weekly giant liquidated itself through eight deals in eight months.
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Proceeds from the sale will benefit the charity formed by late company founder Felix Dennis.
Staten Island Parent becomes the eighth monthly to join Davler's NYMetroParents division, which now spans four city boroughs and five additional counties.
The deal would see the Group sell its Capitol Hill-focused subsidiary to D.C.-based startup FiscalNote in exchange for an 18-percent stake in the buyer.
CEO Julio Bruno on the publisher's dramatic expansion, the future of print, and leading a global company through an existential transformation.
Months after buying NewBay Media, Future plc adds Purch's consumer brands and licensing biz; Purch's b2b unit will move forward under the Business.com banner.
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.
Discovering its editorial standards, Business Insider ignites a controversy that never needed to happen.
"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.