PR Week/U.K., a Haymarket publication, said today that its last weekly issue will be dated Friday, Sept. 6 and that publication starting in October will be on a monthly basis. First monthly issue will be Oct. 9. Continue »
AllThingsDigital, the Silicon Valley technology, analysis and opinion site, may split with Wall Street Journal owner Dow Jones & Co. with the December 31 expiration of the partnership contract. Continue »
Initially, I thought Time Warner Cable's offer of free indoor TV antennas to viewers who want to watch CBS's over-the-air broadcast -- blacked out on the cable behemoth due to a payments scrap -- was a stoke of PR genius. Continue »
An outside probe conducted on Bloomberg LP’s data policies and procedures found that the company since May has appropriate controls in place to prevent reporters from accessing information of subscribers to the company’s financial terminals. Continue »
Zillow, the leading online national real estate media firm, is acquiring StreetEasy, which is the major player in the New York City marketplace. The Seattle-based company is paying $50M cash in the deal.
Blackberry, one-time "owner" of the mobile communications market, today announced a special committee of the board to explore strategic options following a lackluster reception for its Blackberry 10 smartphone, which it pitched as a game-changer.