Following a 2015 filled with upheaval, Gawker will look starkly different as it heads into 2016. Gawker.com, which has focused primarily on the media world, will shift to covering politics, specifically the 2016 presidential campaign, under the direction of the website's new editor in chief Alex Pareene.
Despite a report from Valleywag that Fab is expected to close its doors by the end of the year, the e-commerce company is fiercely denying that it is in any financial trouble.
AOL has restored benefits that CEO Tim Armstrong initially said were cut in part because of the expense of “distressed babies” born to workers’ families. Still, the outrage over his remarks last week appears still high, and one of the mothers of those babies wrote an emotional column yesterday.
The more the Internet changes—with services like Snapchat—the more it stays the same, with nuisances like spam.
Jack Dorsey, Twitter’s co-founder, is about to make a fortune, but there was a time he wanted nothing to do with the almighty dollar.