The EU’s unemployment rate has dropped to its lowest point in almost a decade, though joblessness still varies among the 28 countries that make up the bloc.
Some people think Facebook has grown so big that the government should step in and break the company up. Not
BuzzFeed has always had a branding conundrum. It produces fun quizzes people love to take, listicles centered around identities people love to share, and wildly popular food and recipe videos through its brand Tasty. It produces a ton of video series, like Pero Like and the Try Guys, or BuzzFeed News’ Twitter-native morning show AM…
Southerners’ feelings for sweet tea and biscuits is legendary. As one local media company discovered, it’s also apparently quite lucrative.
Digital publisher Vox Media is trying out a new money-making strategy: Selling the software that it uses to produce stories.
The big, bad day. It has replaced the “Stop the presses!” scream as the essential newspapering experience. A publisher-type gathers
Imagine that you came back home after a busy day of work and wanted to catch up on the news about the Trump/Putin summit. This is, in fact, exactly what I did Monday. I knew some interesting stuff had happened, but I wanted to dive deeper — to see multiple stories and get different perspectives….
Facebook, Alphabet Inc, and Twitter told a U.S. House panel on Tuesday that the social media companies are not discriminating against
The politics desk at The Denver Post has imploded. Starting in April with voluntary exits that included Brian Eason, a Statehouse reporter, and climaxing this month with a new round of departures, four of the political writers and an editor have gone. John Frank and Jesse Paul, who also covered the Statehouse, resigned in recent […]
It’s not news at this point that BuzzFeed has a serious news organization — one whose reporting on Russia made