The popular street-style platform is doing a lot of direct and lucrative work with brands.
The fashion shopping app of bloggers and stylists is launching a chatbot.
Sexism in Silicon Valley hasn’t disappeared since the former Facebook executive left to found a media company.
With the altruistic leanings of new owner Dr. Patrick Soon-Shiong, staffers are hopeful for the future of the historic paper.
The awards for media industry reporting were very relevant this year.
“My name is not Arthur Sulzberger Jr. It’s Arthur Sulzberger Jr. of The New York Times.”
Expanding its print offerings is the latest in The Cut’s brand growth.
The high-end lifestyle magazine has brought on Kim Peiffer.
The Wall Street Journal has been slowing moving forward with its restructuring.
The magazine likely owes millions to its many, many creditors, but could dodge paying up, despite Kelly Brant’s plans to relaunch the title.