Ziff Davis

Gawker Has Filed for Bankruptcy and Says It Will Sell to Ziff Davis

Gawker Media filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy on Friday, shortly before announcing the iconic blog network has reached an agreement with Ziff Davis to purchase its seven brands and other assets. Gawker's brands include Gawker.com, Deadspin, Lifehacker, Gizmodo, Kotaku, Jalopnik and Jezebel. 

A Year After Leaving New York, Forbes Media’s CEO Settles Into His Jersey City Digs

After almost 100 years in Manhattan, pre-eminent business magazine Forbes packed its offices last year and hopped over the Hudson River to New Jersey. Now located in downtown Jersey City, […]

New IAB Chairman Takes Industry to Task

Ziff Davis CEO Vivek Shah was named the new chairman of the Interactive Advertising Bureau tonight. And he started his tenure by immediately taking the industry to task for letting bad traffic perpetuate—taking particular aim at digital media buyers.

Ziff Davis Nabs NetShelter

Ziff Davis announced on Monday that it has acquired NetShelter, a technology-centric ad network/platform which claims to represent about 150 websites.

News Corp. Unloads IGN Network to Ziff Davis

After a prolonged, somewhat tortured sales process, News Corp. has finally unloaded IGN Entertainment to technology publishing company Ziff Davis, a subsidiary of j2 Global.

Ziff Davis Sold to J2 Global

Ziff Davis valuation is way up in the clouds. The tech-centric publisher has been sold to j2 Global, Inc., a business cloud services company, for $167 million, the companies announced today. The cash purchase is expected to yield j2 $60 million in 2013 revenues, said officials.