During a talk at the International Newsroom Summit held in London, Times publisher Arthur Sulzberger Jr. admitted that “we will stop printing the New York Times sometime in the future,” but, said Sulzberger, that date is “TBD.”
Business Insider has said for a while that this is the way the Read More
Two weeks after raising $3 million of new venture capital, Business Insider founder Henry Blodget is hunting for a new editor-in-chief to oversee the site’s tech vertical. In an announcement today, Mr. Blodget said that SAI’s deputy editor Dan Frommer will be “retiring from editing” SAI and will write full-time, while Nicholas Read More
Henry Blodget has raised “about $3 million” in his second round of venture capital funding. The Business Insider proprietor and $20 bill man announced in a post this morning that he plans to launch more verticals, an international edition and a professional research service, while expanding his newsroom and doing more original Read More
In this week’s BusinessWeek profile of Henry Blodget, we get a look inside his Business Insider.
There are no bellowing editors, no reporters with phones up to their ears. In fact, reporters on each “vertical” (the site is divided into several silos focused on technology and finance) share one phone, which would seem Read More
Here’s a screengrab of the home page of The Business Insider from a few minutes ago.
“Stock market crashes as Europe implodes,” Henry Blodget, Business Insider’s chief, wrote on Twitter. “Dow plunges 300,” he said in another. Tweets followed for 350, 400, 500, 560, 720, 750, 850, 900 and 1,000. The last post Read More
Among the many voices chiming in about the imminent sale of Newsweek this afternoon was Business Insider Editor and CEO Henry Blodget, who offered to buy the magazine for $1.
Yes, that probably sounds startling. But if Newsweek’s finances look anything like BusinessWeek’s, our FINAL bid Read More
OK, so it wasn’t exactly the newsboy strike of 1899. But over the past several days, a class struggle of sorts broke out between a handful of New York bloggers and blog owners over the value (or lack thereof!) of writers in the age of SEO (search engine optimization) and slide-shows.
Henry Blodget, Read More
Within minutes of an Ad Age Digital Conference panel asking “Can the Web Support Quality Content?” at the Metropolitan Pavilion April 7, the conversation got heated between Henry Blodget, chief executive of The Business Insider and an outspoken critic of The New York Times‘ business model, and Denise Read More
Google has been trying to broker an ad partnership with Yahoo!, but tech’s potential power couple just can’t make it work. As predicted, Google called it quits today.
In June, Google announced their agreement with Yahoo!, which gave Yahoo! the option of using Google to supply ads on its Web sites. But after Read More
Tim Armstrong, Google’s president of sales and crusader for their possible search ad deal with Yahoo, was having a cocktail at the W Hotel at Lexington and 50th Street last night for the Silicon Alley 100. But he wasn’t exactly sure why he was there.
A couple hundred of the city’s Read More