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Jonah Peretti says he has learned from earlier ‘mistake’ and promises to grow in ‘sustainable way’
The pair believe they can take a piece of the rapidly growing online pie and justify their billion-dollar valuations
Digital media group’s implied valuation set at $1.5bn compared with $1.7bn at its height
Verizon sells news site for minority stake in acquirer after slide in digital advertising
Tougher environment for likes of BuzzFeed and Vice raises prospect of more consolidation
Subscriptions are up but advertising has collapsed for media groups that were already under intense pressure
Tim Montgomerie linked populism of UK PM and authoritarian opposite number
The company is under pressure to find new sources of growth
Non-US figures underscore challenges facing digital publishers
Life coach Tony Robbins among those attracted to Irish courts by low bar for claims
And now it must bite the brand that (News) feeds.
‘Strategic restructure’ come days after similar moves at BuzzFeed and Huffington Post
Reader appetite is healthy but converting audiences into income remains a challenge
The wider the audience, the smaller the revenue opportunity
News and entertainment site’s cuts come amid deteriorating climate for online publishers
President accused of directing Michael Cohen to mislead Congress about Russia meeting
Founder’s idea for digital publishers to merge to gain scale is likely not enough
US political news group is the latest to seek opportunity north of the border
Indictment announced after seizure of New York Times reporter’s email, phone records
New generation of once-hot groups forced to adjust models as rules of business alter
Eurosceptic Steve Baker apologises after saying officials developed case for soft Brexit
Company founded by widow of Steve Jobs considers backing digital media firm’s news division
Resists calls by Labour party to publish leaked secret data