Emap is no more. Despite saying it planned to press on and keep its business-to-business operations, the beleaguered British media group has effectively dissolved itself by selling the B2B arm for 1 billion pounds, or $1.97 billion at current exchange.
— Dec 26, 2007
Vogue isn't quite delving into a redesign, but it recently "tweaked" a few things, including a new section name (Flash), a revamped table of contents and...
— Dec 21, 2007
Diesel is in a spending mood, increasing its already substantial advertising budget from 5 percent of sales to 7 percent for 2008.
— Dec 20, 2007
Newsday and Spanish-language newspaper Hoy have agreed to forfeit $15 million to the U.S. government as part of an agreement to resolve a criminal...
— Dec 19, 2007
As if Vogue didn't scoop up enough fashion advertising, it continues to reach for more via its very own in-house ad agency.
— Dec 18, 2007
Does the fashion world really need another modeling competition to rescue young women from the ranks of gangly teenage obscurity?
— Dec 17, 2007
Rupert Murdoch addressed the entire Dow Jones staff Thursday afternoon for the first time, hours after News Corp.'s purchase of the company had been...
— Dec 14, 2007