The news magazine folded print edition in 2012
Newspaper Guild of New York calls IBT's policies a violation of U.S. labor law
The book will trace triumphs at Vanity Fair and the New Yorker and low points like Newsweek
IBT Media just bought Newsweek. Wait, who the heck is IBT Media?
Chris Hughes, who co-founded Facebook, isn’t one of these hands-off billionaires: He’s currently the publisher and editor-in-chief of The New Republic after purchasing the magazine in...
The deal is expected to close in approximately one week
Barry Diller, eager to sell the struggling brand, may soon get his way as Newsweek's editors and writers jump ship
“I can’t get an article I wrote in Newsweek in 1985," says the former Newsweek columnist and senior editor
Publishing a print newsmagazine on its own is a "fool's errand," Barry Diller opines
Digital revenue contributes just 6.6 percent to magazines' bottom lines
Andrew Sullivan makes split with the Daily Beast final
The Daily Beast absorbs the now tablet-only magazine even more with a name change
Newsweek's new digital cover art on its iPad edition is a video
Andrew Sullivan is splitting his blog The Dish off into an independent, subscription-based service
Newsweek celebrated its print send-off with a long "oral history" of memories from former staffers
Newsweek announced Thursday that it will lay off some editorial staff after promoting three top editors
Tina Brown told New York magazine in a new profile what it's like to edit the 80-year-old print giant
Barry Diller told investors that the transition of Newsweek from print to digital-only will be painful
Revenue climbed at IAC's media unit -- but thanks to Newsweek, losses did too
Could Newsweek have pivoted in time for the digital age? If not, then other newsweeklies like Time are probably destined to follow
Editor Tina Brown says of the end of Newsweek's print edition: "There was always a feeling and a knowledge we would be a digital company"
Fox News announced that it hired Peter J. Boyer, who has a broad background in print journalism, as editor-at-large
Donald Trump goes big picture on what Newsweek's decision to end its print edition means
Former staffers say that Newsweek was swimming against the tide, but are not optimistic it can reinvent itself as a digital publication
Fareed Zakaria left his post on Yale's board as he reevaluates his professional life
He will also invest "considerably less" money in the news site and its sister newsweekly magazine.
The family of Sydney Harman will not invest in the money-losing magazine
It's a rough quarter for the consumer magazine sector with ad pages dropping 8.2 percent
Newsweek shows readers what cover was passed over, and in this case it was condoms, naked women and a vibrator
Jaimie Etkin, former associate culture editor for Newsweek and The Daily Beast will run the rebranded site