Unpaid Bloggers' Bid to Reopen Huffington Post Lawsuit Rejected 23 weeks ago
Judges rejected a bid from unpaid bloggers at the Huffington Post to revive a lawsuit against AOL that contends the company should pay them...
By Alexander C. Kaufman
Outrage comes after news that Roger Ailes tried to recruit Petraeus to run against Obama
Hurricane Sandy took down the Huffington Post and Gawker, leaving both sites crippled this morning
HuffPo is being sued for trademark infringement for the use of "Mindful Living" and "Mindful Travel" on its site
Cindy Jeffers, a former Huffington Post executive, plans to finally launch apps for the 17-year-old online news site
Section will debut in August
Unpaid bloggers had sued the Huffington Post, but a judge dismissed the class-action suit on Friday
Michael Arrington, ousted from TechCrunch by Arianna Huffington, struck back at the media mogul in a post on Thursday
Higher ad revenue helps slow AOL's revenue decline and pushes the company past Wall Street's forecasts
Site will cover everything from breaking news to editorial meetings
Forbes' Jeff Bercovici discovered an unexpected trend
Business Insider's Nicholas Carlson says $100M
Jaimie Etkin, former associate culture editor for Newsweek and The Daily Beast will run the rebranded site
The two sites have plenty in common -- from heavy aggregation to sensational headlines to fast-driving growth
"SNL" cast play other media executives remembering Jobs on "Charlie Rose"
The firm had just upped its stake in July
Paul Carr quit in protest over his old boss's actions -- but he doesn't mind taking company's cash
Plus, the word on a Yahoo merger, the future of Patch and why Michael Arrington had to go
Power brokers convened on TheGrill, the second annual media conference put on by TheWrap, Sept. 19-20
Industry leaders convened at TheGrill to discuss the rapidly changing media business
Both companies seem reduced to saving their businesses, not innovating -- and that’s a recipe for failure in today's lightning-fast tech cycle.
One of the site's columnists resigns, claims Arianna Huffington and new editor cut a deal to undermine Arrington and others
TechCrunch's founder is apparently headed out the door, but how many of his foot soldiers will remain?
Based on blogging by Arthur Delaney, it focuses on those affected by the economic crisis
AOL editorial chief Arianna Huffington says Michael Arrington is no longer on the editorial payroll, but the blustery blogger insists "I am TechCrunch, and TechCrunch is me"
How deep is the friction at Arianna Huffington's site between those with backgrounds in traditional journalism and the New Breed?
All makers of loud, stupid action movies only wish their films delivered as much sheer sensation as this latest installment in the vroom-vroom saga