David Taintor

It’s Official: AllThingsD Founders, Wall Street Journal Are Breaking Up

Dow Jones on Thursday confirmed reports that have been swirling for some time: the popular tech news site All Things Digital and The Wall Street Journal are divorcing.

Unruly Taps Richard Kosinski as Its U.S. President

Unruly, a company that helps brands leverage social video marketing, has hired Richard Kosinski as its U.S. president. He will focus on growing the company's footprint in the States.

AOL Launches New Premium Ad Formats

These aren't your grandparents' display ads.

Skype Rolls Out New Rich Media Ad Unit for iPhone

Skype is stepping up its mobile advertising game. The Microsoft-owned company is introducing a rich media mobile placement for iPhone today in select markets and plans to bring advertising to its Android app later this month.  

Newsweek Hires Jim Impoco as Editor in Chief

About a month after Newsweek got a new owner in IBT Media, the company announced today that Jim Impoco has taken the job of editor in chief of the troubled

Tina Brown Leaving The Daily Beast to Start Her Own Company [Updated]

Tina Brown's days at The Daily Beast are numbered. The seasoned editor will leave the company in January, after her contract ends, to start an eponymous enterprise called Tina Brown Live Media, Daily Beast spokesman Andrew Kirk confirmed to Adweek.

No Big Surprises at Apple’s Latest Product Unveil

Apple's big product unveil today failed to deliver any blockbuster surprises. The big news out of the event was the introduction of two new iPhones (the 5S and new 5C), iTunes radio and a new fingerprint-scan security feature—developments that all leaked before the event.

Business Insider Chief Technology Officer Ousted Over Crude Tweets

Take this as a reminder to think before you tweet. 

The Atlantic Rolls Out Education Vertical

The Atlantic's website has a new addition. An education-focused vertical—which promises to cover topics such as education reform and technology's impact on learning—went live Monday evening.

Storify Acquired by Web Publishing Services Company Livefyre

Storify, a digital storytelling tool used by journalists to surface conversations that originate on social media, has been acquired by the Web publishing services company