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Topic: The Financial Times

Financial Times Faces Weak Ad Market

Another struggle for 125-year-old Pearson publication

The Financial Times is facing a weak advertising market, despite subscription gains, The Guardian reported. Parent company Pearson said it's because a number of large ad campaigns are planned for the…

Alphabird, Digimogul: Tell Us Who's Behind the Botnet

The CEO of Spider.io speculates on who is behind a massive Web fraud effort

The Chameleon botnet continues to plague the display advertising industry. It hurts even the most savvy advertisers—fraudulently costing them millions of dollars per month. The botnet also hurts premium publishers, as…

Financial Times Turns 125

Paper celebrates digital success but also shares common industry woes

The Financial Times marks its 125th anniversary today, and, befitting the challenges facing newspapers today, the celebration will have practical elements. An ad campaign with the somber tagline “Still guiding the…

The Daily's Woes Proves Content, Not Platform Is King

Publication was boxed-in from Day 1 by its iPad-only positioning

The Daily will fire off its last electronic dispatches Dec. 15, bringing an end to a deeply flawed, but ultimately important experiment in digital journalism. When the News Corp.-owned publication announced…

Information Diet: Joel Hyatt

Current's CEO makes time to devour 'Mad Men' and 'The Borgias'

Specs Age 62 Accomplishments Co-founder and CEO of Current Media; former National Finance Chair for the Democratic Party Base New York and San Francisco What’s the first information you consume in the morning? The first…

Why Apple Backed Down in Fight With Publishers

Tech giant capitulates over pricing plan

Maybe Apple isn’t so untouchable after all. The device maker, which has been locked in a battle with publishers, made a surprise concession recently, dropping a pricing requirement for its…

'Financial Times' Thumbs Nose at Apple With Web App

Other publishers ill positioned to follow suit

Just as mainstream publishers are hitching their digital futures to Apple with a deal to sell subscriptions through the company's new Newsstand, one major publisher is saying, in effect, who…

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