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Journalism is doing just fine, thanks — it’s mass-media business models that are ailing

Some argue that the rise of the internet has destroyed -- or severely crippled -- journalism, but all it has really done is disrupted traditional mass-media business models. Journalism itself has... | GigaOM – 2014-08-27

'Factory Man' John Bassett III Fought Chinese Manufacturers To Keep His Furniture Business At Home

While factory work was once a large part of the American economy, the trend toward globalization and outsourcing has gutted many, and the rural towns that relied on them. But one man took a stand to... | The Huffington Post – 2014-08-28

Microsoft's OneDrive Android app now supports separate business, personal accounts

If you update Microsoft’s OneDrive app for Android on Thursday, you’ll notice one key addition: you can now upload files to your OneDrive for Business account. The app is the first OneDrive app... | PC World – 2014-08-28

Five easy ways to keep your business secure that you might not have considered

Even though security hasn’t always been well funded by businesses and was considered more of an afterthought, recent major hacking attacks show that it's important to have a good defense at... | GigaOM – 2014-08-30

Gigaom Research webinar: Continuous delivery: driving business agility, improving business execution and decreasing time to market

CD is about developing a process from code to test to stage to deployment in production with historical traceability for control, security and compliance. It drives business agility by enabling... | GigaOM – 2014-09-02

Nosy Crow wins Nectar business award

Children’s publisher Nosy Crow has beaten hundreds of small businesses to be crowned Small... | The Bookseller – 2014-09-03

Inside the Toronto Star’s $10 Million Niche Print Business

John Cruickshank, publisher of the Toronto Star, is the first to acknowledge that his strategy for the paper seems anachronistic. Cruickshank talked the New York Times Syndicate into providing him... | Editor & Publisher – 2014-09-05

Why Zapier thinks there’s a big (but hard) business in stitching together cloud services

A St. Louis-based startup called Zapier is trying to make those dozens of cloud services your company uses more intelligent by automating the interactions between them. On our latest podcast, CEO... | GigaOM – 2014-09-06

Verizon combines cloud and mobile business to offer car sharing service

Verizon is taking the internet of things on the road with a new car sharing service . Is this a future business or a way to show off its network? Verizon combines cloud and mobile business to offer... | GigaOM – 2014-09-08

Bill Gross, the guy who invented Google’s business model, tries again with IdeaMarket

Idealab founder and serial entrepreneur Bill Gross, whose company GoTo pioneered the pay-per-click search advertising that Google later made famous, is launching a crowdsourced startup platform... | GigaOM – 2014-09-08

AUDIO: Avoiding business and office jargon

The journalist and author John Lanchester has written a book that aims to decode the language of finance. | BBC World – 2014-09-09

Houston entrepreneur, business leader dies after battle with cancer

Stuart Maudlin died Sept. 14 of cancer. He was a good friend and one of the most interesting people one could ever get to know. We first met in 1998, the year I returned to Houston after a stint as... | Silicon Valley Business Journal – 2014-09-14

Sony slashes value of its mobile business, projects larger loss for fiscal year

Sony says its mobile brand is now worth a lot less than before. The struggling smartphone maker has written off the entire value of the goodwill associated with its mobile business. Goodwill covers... | PC World – 2014-09-17

Comic David Mitchell rails at Amazons cynical life-crushing business style

Online giant operates a rapacious near monopoly, the Observer columnist and Peep Show star tells Booksellers conferencePeep Show star David Mitchell blasted the monopolistic, cynical and frankly... | The Guardian – 2014-09-23

Why Vanity Fair covers business stories

Why glossy magazine Vanity Fair started to cover the business world | BBC – 2014-09-24

Shortlist Announced for 'FT,' McKinsey & Co Business Book of the Year Award

The winner will be announced at a dinner ceremony on November 11 in London, and will receive £30,000, with each shortlisted author receiving £10,000. | Publishers Weekly – 2014-09-24

Peter Thiel's Zero to One Might Be the Best Business Book I've Read

The founder of PayPal has written a lucid treatise on capitalism and entrepreneurship | The Atlantic – 2014-09-26

Cosmopolitan Assumes Editorial and Business Control of Seventeen

On Sept. 29, Hearst Magazines president David Carey announced the creation of a new "Millennial Group" to better showcase the editorial and marketing common denominators... | Folio Magazine – 2014-10-01

/R E P E A T -- Corporate Knights, Schulich School of Business open 2015 Business for a Better World MBA case competition/

TORONTO, Oct. 1, 2014 /CNW/ - Corporate Knights, the magazine for clean capitalism, and the Schulich School of Business at York University in Toronto are proud to launch their second-annual... | CNW – 2014-10-02

Religion Update Fall 2014: The Business of Scholarly Publishing

The shape of publishing continues to shift, but academic presses still face the perennial questions: audience, sales, course adoptions, a shrinking library market. | Publishers Weekly – 2014-10-03

How Dan Roth became the most powerful editor in business publishing

When Dan Roth left Fortune for LinkedIn, the publishing world thought he was crazy. Now he holds publishing's most powerful editorial position. The post How Dan Roth became the most powerful editor... | Digiday – 2014-10-06

Introducing Frankfurt’s New Business Club

New this year at the Frankfurt Book Fair, the Business Club offers exclusive networking opportunities, high-level discussions about book publishing and more. Here is a selection of events for... | Publishing Perspectives – 2014-10-07 re-launches to become must-read daily destination for business and sustainability news, analysis and features

TORONTO, Oct. 9, 2014 /CNW/ - Corporate Knights, the quarterly magazine for clean capitalism, is now Canada's first online destination devoted to daily coverage of national and international sustai... | CNW – 2014-10-09

Martha Stewart Hands Off Magazines' Business Operations to Meredith

Martha Stewart is getting out of the business of magazines -- mostly.Her company, Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia, has struck a 10-year licensing agreement with Meredith Corp., owner of Better Homes... | Advertising Age – 2014-10-16

McSweeney’s New Business Model: Nonprofit

Writing for SF Gate, John McMurtie reports that the San Francisco based publishing house McSweeney’s will become a nonprofit. The post McSweeney’s New Business Model: Nonprofit appeared first on... | Publishing Perspectives – 2014-10-17

The Rise of Female Business Journalists in China

By Yinan Che, Bachelors student at Shanghai International Studies University Women journalists in China are increasingly starting to work in the male-dominated field of business reporting. Their... | The Huffington Post – 2014-10-19

Amazon signs multi-year deal with Simon & Schuster: Business Insider

(Reuters) - Inc signed a multi-year deal with Simon & Schuster Inc, the second major Big Five book publisher it has been negotiating with on the price of e-books, Business Insider... | Reuters – 2014-10-21

Inside Bloomberg Media’s digital video business

Bloomberg has placed video at the center of its digital efforts, a strategy that is beginning to pay off for the business publisher. The post Inside Bloomberg Media’s digital video business... | Digiday – 2014-10-22

Watch: 4 Things You Need to Know Before Starting Your Own Business

Peter Thiel reveals new ways to think for yourself in his new book "Zero To One" | ABC News – 2014-10-27

Study blames backbone business deals for broadband congestion

Business relationships between major broadband providers and Internet backbone providers appear to be the cause of major drags on performance from early 2013 to early this year, according to a new... | PC World – 2014-10-29

How The News Business Can Survive Facebook

The social network's plans to control even more of the media industry squeezed a collective gasp out of publishers. Was that a last breath?Facebook recently wrapped up a "listening tour," hoping to... | Fast Company – 2014-11-03

Trending Buffalo building an audience and a business

Since it was founded in 2012, Trending Buffalo has published nearly 370 podcasts, with episodes that included local personalities and media members, from the Buffalo News to Artvoice to local radio... | Silicon Valley Business Journal – 2014-11-06

Random House Business Books gets persuasive

Random House Business Books is to publish Pre-suasion by Robert Cialidini, a follow-up to the author’s book Influence (HarperBusiness). Publishing director Nigel Wilcockson acquired UK and... | The Bookseller – 2014-11-08

Piketty Takes 2014 'FT,' McKinsey & Co Business Book of the Year Award

The prize, which comes with a £30,000 purse, was presented to Thomas Piketty’s editor, Harvard's Ian Malcolm, at a ceremony in London on November 11. | Publishers Weekly – 2014-11-11

Piketty named FT/McKinsey Business Book of the Year

Thomas Piketty's Capital in the Twenty-First Century has triumphed at the Financial Times and McKinsey Business Book of the Year Awards. Piketty's book, a nearly 700-page exploration of economic... | The Bookseller – 2014-11-12

Gift Books Can Be a Big, and Tough, Business

Publishers of spiritual or religious gift books face unique challenges in a complicated business. | Publishers Weekly – 2014-11-12

What If Novels Were Treated Like Business Books?

After attending the FT Business Book of the Year ceremony in London, Roger Tagholm wonders, what if novels had subtitles like business books do? The post What If Novels Were Treated Like Business... | Publishing Perspectives – 2014-11-13

In 'Funny Business,' Seth Olenick's Unconventional Comedy Portraits Are Worth A Thousand Laughs

"No, I don't want to see Jon Hamm wearing a tiara and holding a magic wand," said no one ever. The same goes for seeing Megan Mullally sporting hubby Nick Offerman's mustache, Rob Riggle eating a... | The Huffington Post – 2014-11-14

Career Beat: Business Insider’s Aaron Gell named editorial director at Maxim

Good morning! Here are some career updates from the journalism community: John Cook will run investigations at Gawker Media. Previously, he was editor-in-chief of The Intercept. (Poynter) Aaron Gell... | Poynter. – 2014-11-14

Hanley Wood Sells Exhibitions Business for $375 Million

  Hanley Wood has agreed to sell its exhibition businesses to Informa, a U.K.-based publishing and events company, for $375 million. The sale is expected to close by the end of 2014. | Folio Magazine – 2014-11-18

Why Business Books Are Blue (And Other Tricky Marketing Techniques)

Yes, you judge books by their covers. Here's what draws you in.I review a lot of business books. Consequently, publishers often send me copies of new releases. As I was cleaning out my office the... | Fast Company – 2014-11-19

How Do You Make a Small Fortune in the Newspaper Business?

You start with a large one!   According to an SEC filing, when Tribune Publishing picked up those 38 Sun-Times suburban properties late last month, they paid $23.5 million for the privilege.... | Editor & Publisher – 2014-11-21

Virgin buys business book from basketball coach

Ebury Publishing imprint Virgin Books has acquired a “timeless business book” by a basketball coach. Ed Faulkner, Ebury deputy publishing director, bought UK and Commonwealth rights to Eleven... | The Bookseller – 2014-11-26

Obama and daughters hit bookstore for Small Business Saturday

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Barack Obama and his teenaged daughters, Sasha and Malia, went to an independent book store in Washington to buy books as a way to promote Small Business Saturday, an... | Reuters – 2014-11-30

Book-buying Obama shows support for local business

Barack Obama showed some presidential support for small businesses on Saturday, when he stopped at a local Washington bookstore for a spot of holiday shopping. | Yahoo! News – 2014-11-30

Chancellor 'to promise business rates review'

George Osborne is to pledge to overhaul business rates in a review in his Autumn Statement later today (3rd December). The Chancellor is expected to announce a review of business rates in the... | The Bookseller – 2014-12-04

'High Street Heroes' gear up for Small Business Saturday

Indie bookshops are gearing up to welcome shoppers with events and promotions tomorrow (6th December) to mark Small Business Saturday. The initiative is in its second year in the UK. It is supported... | The Bookseller – 2014-12-05

Contently’s VP of Content: “Native Ads Are Not a Business Model”

By Sam Slaughter Publishing Executive asked industry thought leaders to discuss the big ideas that are changing the... | Publishing Executive – 2014-12-02

Growth for UK's Small Business Saturday

Awareness of Small Business Saturday (SBS) in the UK is growing, with an extra £36m spent in small shops last weekend. The initiative, which encouraged people to shop in their local businesses last... | The Bookseller – 2014-12-12

Luxembourg acted as Amazon's 'business partner'

A former top Amazon employee has revealed that European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker acted as a “business partner” to the company when it came to negotiating its tax... | The Bookseller – 2014-12-12

Can an Oil-and-Gas Exec Disrupt the Book Business?

Bangkok-based Gordon Ross says disrupting the book industry is a business challenge, and has launched Bleeding Heart Publications to test his instincts. The post Can an Oil-and-Gas Exec Disrupt the... | Publishing Perspectives – 2014-12-12

As New Bloomberg Business Site Approaches, Company Eyes Larger Audience

Bloomberg L.P. has spent the last year pouring money and resources into its media arm -- which still labors in the shadow of the terminal business that made Michael Bloomberg a billionaire -- to... | Advertising Age – 2014-12-11

BrandPost: How a small business can profit from big data

Is Big Data – the science of extracting useful business insights from large, disparate information stores – only for large companies with hefty IT staffs? Not at all.  Chances are your business... | PC World – 2014-12-17

Spain's Kutxabank sells property business to Lone Star

MADRID, Dec 18 (Reuters) - Mid-sized, unlisted Spanish lender Kutxabank said on Thursday it had sold its property management arm and about half the real estate assets on its books to U.S.... | Reuters – 2014-12-18

BA tells Treasury 'scrap business rates altogether'

The Booksellers Association has called for the scrapping of business rates altogether for small businesses in a meeting in the House of Commons. Tim Godfray, c.e.o of The Booksellers Association,... | The Bookseller – 2014-12-20

(VIDEO) Slate Publisher Sees 'Huge Business' Potential In Podcasts

CHICAGO -- For many, it is a forgotten medium that never quite fulfilled its promise. But podcast publishers who have done well tend to have done really well. Webzine Slate, a veteran talk podcast... | The Huffington Post – 2014-12-31

Gift Books Are Big Business for Christian Publishers

A number of publishers in the religion category offer gift books with spiritual or religious themes, and while many publish only a few gift titles per year, others are in the gift book business in a... | Publishers Weekly – 2015-01-02

BRC concerned over business rates review

The British Retail Consortium (BRC) and other business groups are to meet the Treasury this month to discuss concerns over the government’s proposed review of business rates, according to the... | The Bookseller – 2015-01-03

The Serious Business Behind Warby Parker's Jokey Annual Report

Hot startup year-in-review season is upon us, and the hip glasses retailer lets people create a personal infographic suitable for sharing.Warby Parker, the fast-growing New York eyeglasses startup,... | Fast Company – 2015-01-08

Macmillan Science and Education, Springer Science+Business to Merge

The joint venture will create a publishing group of 1.5 billion euros in sales, and 13,000 employees. | Publishers Weekly – 2015-01-15

Macmillan Science and Education to merge with Springer Science+Business Media

Holtzbrinck Publishing Group and BC Partners have reached an agreement to merge Springer Science+Business Media (owned by funds advised by BCP) with the majority of Holtzbrinck-owned Macmillan... | The Bookseller – 2015-01-16

Springer Science & Business to Merge with Macmillan Science & Education

A merger between Springer Science & Business and Holtzbrinck will form a new global science and education publisher with annual sales of 1.5 billion euros The post Springer Science &... | Publishing Perspectives – 2015-01-16

At Spain's Kiosko y Más, Solidarity Is at the Core of the Business Model

Kiosko y más is the largest publishing alliance in Europe. Three years ago it created a platform with 13 editorial groups and 90 publications, led by the top Spanish media groups, Vocento... | Editor & Publisher – 2015-01-27

Investors buy stake in Business Insider for $25M

A group of investors led by Axel Springer SE, Europe's biggest newspaper publisher, has paid $25 million for a stake in Business Insider Inc. as the German media company seeks to expand its... | Crains New York – 2015-01-29

Sharp executive says not considering selling display business

OSAKA (Reuters) - A senior Sharp Corp executive said the Japanese company was not considering a sale of its ailing display business, after it warned it will likely book its third annual net loss in... | Reuters – 2015-02-13

Brian Williams has gone, but false news is bigger business than ever | Emily Bell

The web has simultaneously enabled an accelerated cycle of untrue stories and rumour, and the ability to debunk themEvery journalist is familiar with the type of story that is “too good to... | The Guardian – 2015-02-15

Why Writers Need to Know the Publishing Business

Publisher Deborah Emin argues that as publishing professionals, we should want writers to understand each stage of the process: how they are acquired, marketed and sold. The post Why Writers Need to... | Publishing Perspectives – 2015-02-17

UPDATE 2-Barnes & Noble to keep Nook business, spin off college books unit

Feb 26 (Reuters) - Barnes & Noble Inc said it would spin off its college books unit and keep its Nook tablets and e-book business, instead of spinning off a combination of the two. | Reuters – 2015-02-26

Barnes & Noble to Keep Nook Business

Barnes & Noble said Thursday that it plans to spin off its college bookstore unit from its retail and Nook operations, scrapping a plan to spin off its struggling e-book business. | The Wall Street Journal – 2015-02-27

Customer-Management Survey: Existing Business Is Top Priority for Publishers

[Sponsored Content] Boosting retention and revenue are on the front burner. The post Customer-Management Survey: Existing Business Is Top Priority for Publishers appeared first on Folio:. | Folio Magazine – 2015-03-03

The 1 percent’s immigration con: How big business adds to income inequality, pits workers against each other

Doctors, lawyers and Wall Street are doing great. Blue-collar America, less so. That must guide immigration reform | – 2015-03-01

Business Insider plans spinoff consumer tech site

Flush with new funding, Business Insider is prepping for the launch of a new, consumer tech-focused site in the third quarter. The as-yet named site is the publisher's first content site outside BI... | Digiday – 2015-03-05

Tribune CEO: Selling (Typical) Digital Ads Is a 'Weak Business'

Advertising sales is a tough job these days -- just ask Tribune Publishing CEO Jack Griffin:"The typical digital display advertising business it's a weak business."That's what Mr. Griffin told Wall... | Advertising Age – 2015-03-05

BA welcomes 'radical' business rates review

The Booksellers Association has welcomed the launch of a “radical” review of the business rates system in the UK. The government revealed today (16th March) that the review had begun and would... | The Bookseller – 2015-03-17

House Judiciary Committee Now In The Business Of Publishing 'Little Mermaid' GIFs

The House Judiciary Committee posted a press release to its website in the form of a GIF-laden listicle on Wednesday. In a departure from the traditional practice of using prose to convey official... | The Huffington Post – 2015-03-19

To Automate or Not to Automate the Rights Business?

At a Publishers Weekly event in NYC, rights directors and agents discussed how automation and standards would improve the book rights business. The post To Automate or Not to Automate the Rights... | Publishing Perspectives – 2015-03-23

National Business Book Award Announces Short List

Evolution of media and communications prominent in this year's short list TORONTO, March 25, 2015 /CNW/ - The short list for the National Business Book Award, one of Canada's most prestigious li... | CNW – 2015-03-25

Facebook, New York Times deal could change news business

In a scoop about itself this week, The New York Times reported the paper will give up some of its precious website traffic to Facebook, a move that some media observers call a power shift in the... | CBC – 2015-03-27

Dulwich Books seeks a business partner

The owner of the Independent Bookseller of the Year 2014 is seeking a business partner to help grow her thriving business. Sheila O’Reilly from Dulwich Books in London is looking for a passionate... | The Bookseller – 2015-04-01

Medium Poaches Vox Sales Exec to Build Nascent Ad Business

Medium -- the publishing platform founded by the guys who started Twitter -- is getting more aggressive in its bid to attract brand advertising dollars. The site just raided digital publisher Vox... | Advertising Age – 2015-03-31

Airbnb to operate in Cuba in major U.S. business expansion

San Francisco-based online home-rental service Airbnb will allow American travelers to book lodging in Cuba starting Thursday in the most significant U.S. business expansion on the island since the... | San Jose Mercury News – 2015-04-03

New Business Models for Publishing in the Digital Age

'New technology always stirs up fears of the unknown,' says Javier Celaya, author of the publishing report, New Business Models in the Digital Age. The post New Business Models for Publishing in the... | Publishing Perspectives – 2015-04-09

Report Looks at New Publishing Business Models

Spain-based this week released an English language version of its 2014 report “New Business Models in the Digital Age.” | Publishers Weekly – 2015-04-09

AWP 2015: The Art and Business of Writing Children's Books

Although AWP 2015 focused on literature written for and by adults, children's authors held their own at the conference and presented their ideas about how to best publish for Middle Grade and YA... | Publishers Weekly – 2015-04-13

Are the NewFronts Big Business? Media Buyers Sound Off

For UM Chief Investment Officer David Cohen, this year's NewFronts began way before the official start date approaching on April 27. It was February when he had his first meeting with one of the 34... | Advertising Age – 2015-04-13

News Corp confirms Rebekah Brooks is in talks on new digital business

Rupert Murdoch publisher’s former UK chief, who was cleared of phone-hacking charges last year, is unlikely to be involved with the Sun, according to sourcesRupert Murdoch’s News Corporation has... | The Guardian – 2015-04-15

Alfred Hermida Wins National Business Book Award

Tell Everyone recognized as the most outstanding Canadian business-related book TORONTO, April 16, 2015 /CNW/ - Alfred Hermida has been named the winner of the National Business Book Award for... | CNW – 2015-04-17

BuzzFeed Deleted Three Posts Because of Business-Side Pressures

BuzzFeed deleted three posts after receiving complaints from advertisers and members of its business-side, an internal review conducted of the site's practices revealed. The three posts were about... | Advertising Age – 2015-04-20

Christian America is an invention: Big business, right-wing politics and the religious lie that still divides us

The idea of "one nation under God" is a modern one -- and does not date back to the Founding Fathers | – 2015-04-19

Connect Books: sales drop but business 'stabilising'

Connect Books has delivered a “much improved” operational performance in the last six months, although sales were down 3% to £103.4m. The Norwich-based company, which comprises Bertrams, Dawson... | The Bookseller – 2015-04-23

UPDATE 1-Scholastic to sell EdTech business to Houghton Mifflin

April 24 (Reuters) - Scholastic Corp said it would sell its educational technology and services business to publisher Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Co for $575 million in cash, as it focuses on its... | Reuters – 2015-04-24

Scholastic to sell EdTech business to Houghton Mifflin for $575 mln

April 24 (Reuters) - Book publisher Scholastic Corp said it would sell its educational technology and services business to publisher Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Co for $575 million in cash. | Reuters – 2015-04-24

Apple Watch Creates Wrist-y Business for Publishers, Advertisers

The Apple Watch is officially out today, but the so-called wearable has already sparked an arms race among media companies vying for attention on your wrist.(Does that make it a wrist... | Advertising Age – 2015-04-24

Report Details New Business Models

Just before the London Book Fair, Spain-based released an English-language version of its latest report, “New Business Models in the Digital Age.” | Publishers Weekly – 2015-04-24

Outside Magazine’s Executive Editor Explains His Move to the Business Side

Sam Moulton talks about his switch to content marketing director—and why it makes sense. The post Outside Magazine’s Executive Editor Explains His Move to the Business Side appeared first on... | Folio Magazine – 2015-04-28

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