MJH says the deal makes it the largest privately held medical media company in the U.S.
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Hearst's Business Media division accounted for one-third of the company's overall profits in 2018, according to CEO Steven Swartz.
A Q&A with publisher Tiffany Ehasz on how the epicurean title is drawing advertisers (and millennials) to the print magazine.
Kremlin-linked outlets accuse the platform of plotting to silence independent media, rather than call out fake news.
Cosmo publisher Donna Lagani steps down after two decades in the role, while Kate Kelly Smith will retire in March.
A Q&A with the founder and CEO of the profitable six-year-old B2B media startup Skift.
Partnering with Google and the Aperture Foundation, the sister to Pop-Up Magazine conceives another way to bring its magazine content off of the page.