Lucia Moses


Eric Danetz Named Publisher of Fortune

Fortune is getting a publisher after all: Eric Danetz. The business title hasn’t had someone in that role since 2012.

Newsweek Relaunches in Print With Bitcoin Coup

Newsweek returns to newsstands Friday with a small press run (70,000), but it’s hoping to make a big impact with its cover story, which claims to have actually tracked down the elusive Satoshi Nakamoto, the man credited with inventing Bitcoin.

Time Relaunches Web Redesign

Time rolled out its long awaited Web redesign Wednesday night, and lest anyone miss it, it's debuting in tandem with an elaborate multimedia project on the new One World Trade Center.

LinkedIn Expands Advertising Product to Mobile

If you're a LinkedIn member, you might start seeing more ads from the professional social network.

Flipboard Buys Mobile Newsreading App Zite From CNN

Flipboard announced today it is buying Zite, one of its smaller rivals in an increasingly crowded space of mobile newsreading apps. In addition to the acquisition, the deal includes a content and ad sales partnership with CNN.

The Top 3 Social Messaging Apps Among Smartphone Users

Facebook paid a staggering $19 billion for WhatsApp. While it trails Facebook as a messaging app in the United States, WhatsApp dwarfs Facebook in terms of monthly active users.

Newsweek Makes International Hire

Newsweek has hired Richard Addis to head up its overseas coverage as it gets ready to resurrect its print edition as a slick, upmarket weekly this week.

The Washington Post’s Native Ads Get Editorial Treatment

Even as native ads naysayers argue for clear labeling and design cues so readers don’t confuse them with actual journalism, publishers and advertisers have pushed to make the units look more like editorial.

Time Inc. Hires Scott Havens as SVP, Digital

Time Inc. has made a big digital hire as it prepares for its spinoff later this year, naming The Atlantic president M. Scott Havens as svp of digital for cash cow People, Time, Sports Illustrated and business brands.

Food & Wine Launches New Brand for Millennials

It's debatable whether millennials are special, but one thing is certain: Their relationship with food is.