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The art and design title will become a joint venture between Adam Sandow and its founders, Hudson News moguls Lisa and James Cohen.
As The New Yorker fires its star political reporter over misconduct, AMI gives Dylan Howard a pass.
As the movement toward an encrypted web grows ever stronger, why haven't more sites heeded the call?
Bob Love, editor-in-chief of America's most widely circulated print magazine, on defying stereotypes and growing a 60-year-old brand.
The deal, which ends several months of speculation, was made possible in part by a $650 million investment from the Koch brothers.
At least 150 staffers at the healthcare media giant appear to be the latest victims of the "pivot to video."
Five print and digital B2B publications will comprise the newly launched RDG Media Group.
Between good journalism and amplified gossip, where do we draw the line?
Dispatches from the 2017 Business Information and Media Summit in Ft. Lauderdale.