David Cohen

David Cohen

David Cohen is editor of Adweek's Social Pro Daily. He has been covering the digital industry since 2009 and was previously editor of AllFacebook and SocialTimes.

Compete Details Michael Jackson Web Stats

Boston-based Web-analytics firm Compete came out with some numbers on how the death of Michael Jackson last week affected the World Wide Web, The New York Times‘ Bits Blog reported. […]

Royals Ban (Then Reinstate) Blogger Over Critical Post

Baseball blogger Rany Jazayerli received less-than-royal treatment from the Kansas City Royals this week, but relations were smoothed between the Baseball Prospectus co-founder and the Major League Baseball club. Jazayerli, […]

Tournay Named Dailymotion CEO

Online-video site Dailymotion named Cédric Tournay CEO, replacing interim CEO Ian Brotherston, who replaced Mark Zaleski in April, paidContent:UK reported. Tournay had been CEO of European health portal Doctissimo. Zaleski […]

IAC Lays Off Nine at Evite

Evite laid off nine of its 38 employees as part of a reorganization by its parent company, IAC, paidContent reported. Among those affected were general manager Rosanna McCollough and vice […]

PricewaterhouseCoopers on Overseas Spending: Display Down, Search Up

PricewaterhouseCoopers predicted that total Internet ad spending in Europe, the Middle East and Africa will rise to $25.2 billion in 2013 from $19.4 billion in 2008, while online display will […]

Daniel Pinchbeck’s Path to the Internet

People often take different paths before starting online-media companies, but one would be hard-pressed to find a path as unique as that taken by Daniel Pinchbeck, who founded Evolver two […]

How Does Facebook Make Money?

Silicon Alley Insider took its best shot at estimating how Facebook brings in money, as the social-networking company has not yet gone public, so it is not required to disclose […]

craigslist in the Middle of Texas Real Estate Feud

A Texas real estate rivalry led to a lawsuit against craigslist for trademark infringement, even though its users were responsible for the postings. As reported by MediaPost, First Call Properties […]

Rupert Murdoch on MySpace Cuts, Twitter

TheStreet.com had a phone interview with News Corp. chairman and CEO Rupert Murdoch, in which the media titan spoke about the layoffs at MySpace and his impressions of Twitter. Murdoch […]

CNBC Reports Host Kneale Takes On Blogger

The long-running feud between CNBC Reports host Dennis Kneale and financial bloggers has hit the name-calling point. Apparently tired of being referred to as “Beaker,” “super dipshit,” “as desirable to […]