Chris Hughes

The New Republic Makes First Hires Following Staff Walkout

Following last month's staff exodus, The New Republic has begun to fill some of its vacant editorial positions. Today, the magazine's recently appointed editor in chief, Gabriel Snyder, announced in a staff memo that TNR had made four new hires.

The New Republic’s Chris Hughes Says If You Care About an Institution You Don’t Walk Out

Following last week’s resignation of The New Republic editor Franklin Foer and resulting staff exodus, the magazine’s owner, Facebook co-founder Chris Hughes, has

Mass Resignations Continue at The New Republic After Management Shakeup

A massive management reorganization at The New Republic has led to widespread staff resignations, with dozens of employees leaving the magazine.

The New Republic Makes Sales, Marketing Hires

The New Republic is making good on owner Chris Hughes’ promise to add more salespeople with digital experience to the brand.

Chris Hughes on His First Year and a Half at The New Republic

A year and a half after buying The New Republic and rescuing it from the jaws of death, Facebook co-founder Chris Hughes took to the company’s new blog to give an update on the state of the business.

Responsive Design Doesn’t Replace Native Apps

The app won’t die. Despite the recent flood of attention to responsive Web design, with its promise to provide users a consistent experience across devices, publishers—even the most progressive—remain committed to stand-alone mobile apps.

Reversing Fortune: From Facebook to The New Republic

Six Questions: Chris Hughes

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The New Republic Debuts Redesign

Almost a year after being purchased by Facebook co-founder Chris Hughes, The New Republic has unveiled an extensive redesign. In addition to its 20 annual print issues—the first of which hits newsstands today—the revamped New Republic brand includes a website, tablet app, audio versions of its articles and a live event platform.