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My Year in Food: a Photo Essay of New York’s Culinary Hot Spots

Some people say grace before a meal. I have a similar ritual before chowing down, as do so many others in this social media age: I take pictures of my […]

Facetime: Star-Studded Affairs From Advertising Week to The Clio Awards

Advertising Week 2015 proved to be a star-studded week complete with A-list media players like Sheryl Sandberg and Tim Armstrong, as well as Hollywood celebs like Jessica Alba and Snoop […]

Josh Tyrangiel, One of the Industry’s Most Influential Editors, Is Leaving Bloomberg

Josh Tyrangiel, who oversees all media content for Bloomberg—including digital, TV and radio—and is editor of Bloomberg Businessweek magazine, is leaving the company.

Why Vanity Fair’s Caitlyn Jenner Cover Became Instantly Iconic

Vanity Fair made headlines this month with the release of its July 2015 cover, featuring a photograph of Caitlyn Jenner shot by Annie Leibovitz. It didn't take long for the image to become a viral sensation—or for people to begin speculating that it had earned a spot in

Why LGBT Equality Is Good for Business, Too

The teenage years are rarely easy, and that's especially true for those of us in the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community.

Photos From the Hottest End-of-the-Year Festivities in Media and Marketing

Businessweek Art Director Richard Turley Leaves for MTV

Richard Turley is set to make waves in the design world at a completely new port of call: MTV.

Fortune Reports on Bloomberg’s ‘Identity Crisis’

Just two weeks after the New York Times detailed some “troubling developments” at Bloomberg L.P.—including a softening of terminal sales and a recent controversy over a Bloomberg News article being pulled for fear of endangering the company&r

After New York Magazine Cuts Frequency, Will Other Weeklies Follow?

New York magazine surprised the media world with its announcement that it will go twice-monthly, but the high printing and distribution costs associated with publishing a weekly magazine aren’t lost on other titles. Here’s how other weeklies stack up: 

Bloomberg LP Launches Franchise in Unusual Collaboration

Bloomberg LP is launching a new franchise that involves an unprecedented amount of collaboration between its business units. The Year Ahead: 2014, a primer for CEOs, will involve 10 platforms across the company producing a special issue of Bloomberg Businessweek, a two-day conference in Chicago, an online research tool and TV and radio content.