The Atlantic, Time and Active Interest Media illustrate that people are a publisher's most valuable asset.
Articles by Kayleigh Barber
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In addition to 20 awards honoring online excellence, four leaders were inducted into the Digital Hall of Fame.
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Keith Grossman leaves Bloomberg, Meredith announces executive level changes, The Atlantic makes editorial promotions and more.
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