Bloomberg Businessweek Apologizes for 'Racist' Cover 12 weeks ago
Bloomberg Businessweek has apologized after its latest cover, showing black and Latino people wallowing in cash, drew offense at what many...
By Alexander C. Kaufman
Businessweek predicted what the president will look like in four years -- and it gives Tina Brown's aged Princess Diana cover a run for its money
Businessweek, known for its flashy covers, isn't subtle when it comes to linking the East Coast disaster with climate change
"The Disney Touch" author will reinforce news organization's entertainment-business coverage
The former BusinessWeek editor was tapped by the Hollywood trade a year ago to ramp up its New York presence
Another round of cuts come ahead of redesign
Dow Jones CMO Paul Bascobert replaces Steve Fox; new regime nearly complete
Ex-BusinessWeek.com editor-in-chief's new venture, C-Change Media, outlined.
Another high-profile staffer, John Byrne, announces exit.
Business magazine plans to ax 100 people - 25% of its staff.
Josh Tyrangiel to be magazine's editor-in-chief.
Time Inc. vet Jim Kelly, John Byrne early favorites for top editing gig.
"I didn’t say the magazine has to be profitable. But we have to run BusinessWeek as a business."
An insider explains: brand extension, and a 1 million customer base - for free
Magazine -- once valued at $1 billion -- to sell for less than $5 million.
And GE's Immelt calls Zucker "as good as anyone running a media company today." Seriously?
In wake of WaPo rules and Obama slips, media companies look to impose guidelines on staffers.
Wasserstein out, Bloomberg said to be frontrunner.
Richard Linklater’s third peek into the love story of the couple played by Julie Delpy and Ethan Hawke celebrates romance, compromise, disillusionment and the glory of conversation