Justin Smith has quietly become one of the most important figures in media today. One of his many strengths is building media companies that can thrive even after he leaves.
Justin Smith, the president of Atlantic Media and one of those credited with turning around the 156-year-old magazine’s financial fortunes with digital initiatives, is leaving the company to run Bloomberg’s media group.
In a Q&A, Politco’s executive editor talks about how to stay relevant as your media company gets older, how to grow in a saturated Washington market, and why he barely watches TV.
The Wall Street Journal has said it is planning to launch a LinkedIn-style social network for readers, and Bloomberg appears to be launching (or relaunching) one as well — but is this really what their readers or users want?
Dow Jones is betting on tech investments to wield together a sprawling swarm of products — including the Wall Street Journal as well as research and data products — and compete with Bloomberg.
Smartphones are part of a revolution that is connecting and giving a voice to people for the first time. Google’s chairman, Eric Schmidt, warned on Friday that the revolution has a dark side too.
Should news outlets in China engage in occasional self-censorship for the greater good of reaching readers and projecting influence?
There was lots of hubbub Tuesday at the OpenStack Summit. Actual customers talking about real implementations of the open-source cloud. Here’s what I learned.
A new version of Bloomberg’s iPad app reflects a shift to mobile and tablet usage among financial professionals. The pattern mirrors what’s taking place in the consumer realm.
The financial company Bloomberg says it will add Twitter to its platforms now that the SEC has given a green light to companies to use social media to announce market moving news.