After a series of acquisitions, the London-based publisher now generates the majority of its revenues in the U.S.
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The 70-year archive, Johnson Publishing's most valuable remaining asset, was auctioned off as part of bankruptcy proceeding and will be donated to museums, the foundations said.
Benefits of the proposed deal would be outweighed by the delays and legal costs associated with fighting the DOJ, the two competitors say.
Key takeaways from a recent roundtable discussion with 12 media-company CEOs.
CEO Linda Thomas Brooks will step down at the end of the year, according to a rep for the industry trade association, which does not plan to hire a successor.
CMO Carol Eversen, media president Jay Kirsch and intelligence president Andrew Neblett have been let go, the company confirms.
Tim Layden is moving on from Sports Illustrated, Gabriella Paiella jumps to GQ, Meredith hires first chief privacy officer and more moves.
Private equity firm Genesis Park sells the 46-year-old regional title for an undisclosed sum.
The B2B publisher abruptly shut its doors this week, blindsiding employees, according to multiple sources.
Investor Terence O'Toole and Active Interest Media's Cruz Bay Publishing won the biggest prizes in the $7.75M auction.