A fight over the founding of the liberal new site HuffPo has ended in an “amicable” settlement. The case ends the possibility of a jury trial.
A New York judge refused to grant a summary judgment motion to Arianna Huffington — meaning that the liberal media icon may have to take the witness stand in coming months to rebut charges she stole the idea for the Huffington Post.
If history has taught us anything, then the line between patterns and fallacies is nearly invisible. In a place where we talk about inventing the future, the patterns (or fallacies) of the past can prove to be counterproductive and create unnecessary biases.
Huffington Post CTO John Pavley hopes to use existing forensic analytics, paired with HuffPo-specific logic, to keep abusive commenters at bay.
Arianna Huffington said the time has come to put names to commenters — at least on the Huffington Post.
The Huffington Post is launching a French-language edition, Al Huffington Post Maghreb, in the Maghreb region of Africa — Tunisia, Morocco and Algeria. The site was inspired by events of the Arab Spring.
The Huffington Post rolled out its first Asian edition in Japan on Tuesday.
A bitter fight over who started the Huffington Post took a major twist today after a judge not only refused for the second time to dismiss the case, but also expanded it.
Huffington Post has a new CEO who will be tasked with building traffic and revenue and continuing the brand’s international expansion. The move comes at a time when parent company AOL appears to have figured out how to manage its media properties.
AOL is getting investor interest for taking Huffington Post off its hands. But the pair are fixed on taking Arianna and TechCrunch worldwide. Next up is Japan, nine other launches and a possible UK newspaper tie-up.