As Yahoo begins to dig out of a massive hack attack of 1 billion accounts dating back to 2014, its News, Finance and Sports sites are moving forward with ambitious plans for 2017.
Time Inc. announced a sweeping reorg as it prepares to spin off from Time Warner, bringing back Norman Pearlstine, its onetime editor in chief, as evp, chief content officer and having editors now reporting directly to the business side.
Martha Nelson was just named editor in chief of Time Inc., succeeding John Huey. With her promotion from the No. 2 spot, Nelson will oversee the editorial direction of the biggest U.S. magazine group, the publisher of such iconic brands as Time, People and Sports Illustrated.
Despite a still-iffy economy and another dip in consumer confidence last month, Americans continue to open their checkbooks for charity, with total philanthropic donations last year growing 4 percent to $298.42 billion versus 2010, according to Giving USA Foundation. Corporate giving, meanwhile, remains sluggish.