Huffington Post Executive Editor Tim O'Brien to Depart 13 weeks ago
The Huffington Post's executive editor Tim O'Brien is leaving the site to work on the second installment of his five-book series, a...
By Alexander C. Kaufman
Acquisition closed Friday, AOL says in SEC filing; Yahoo's Calderone poached
HuffPo founder and AOL Content Editor scoffs at group of unpaid bloggers protesting free policy
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Huffington Post's VP of media relations responds to Newspaper Guild campaign, criticism
Company's stock has fallen 9 percent since Friday -- last day of trading before $315 million buy
The new editor-in-chief of AOL's Huffington Post Media Group says there'll be "absolutely no" leftist political slant. But Tim Armstrong says to expect cuts
In the middle of being interviewed, HuffPo CEO takes a call from her daughter
ANALYSIS: What happens when a once-mighty but now brandless portal is taken over by a sharp-elbowed left-leaning blog? That, and six other burning post-merger questions answered.
The romance between Huffington Post and AOL was whirlwind, but the hot news site had been planning big for a while.
One of HuffPo's founding editors, he says of AOL's current readers: "I think a lot of people will not be happy. I don’t know how many.”
Site sold instead to AOL for $315M
In 2005, Finke called HuffPo -- which sold on Sunday for $315 million -- "the sort of failure that is simply unsurvivable"
UPDATE - Paper website reports that Former MSNBC host and his partners planned announcement Tuesday will see him heading to Al Gore-created network
Steve Case: "Tim Armstrong says '1 + 1 will equal 11 ... Really? That wasn't my experience"
From a standing start, Huffpo now commands a higher valuation than the New York Times and more monthly traffic -- about 25 million unique visits per month.
How high-profile news organizations -- from the New York Times to Gawker -- organized a big news day on the web: The LA Times is slow, HuffPo kicks ass on engagement and Gawker needs a hand
Post-Divorce, HuffPo chief partners with BET co-founder for new vertical
Digital veteran will head the right wing host's digital news hub, the Blaze
The entertainment industry remains at a critical inflection point, and needs the vision of a game-changing move
The Soho seafood spot has become the lunchtime hang for entrepreneurial twenty- and thirtysomething wunderkinds of new media
Democratic strategists allege they presented concept at 2004 dinner party; founders fire back: "We have officially entered Bizzaro World"
HuffPo says Dubya borrowed from published memoirs written by his subordinates and passed off quotes as his own recollections
Latest section inspired by Nora Ephron, walk on the beach with Times TV reporter
Mega mergers that never happened, including Hollywood's whiff on Netflix
Sales execs are suddenly seeking sponsors for the Arianna Express, now with some 11,000 riders at a cost of $250,000
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