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REPORT: Facebook Considering Leasing Floors On Broadway In NYC - Posted May 24, 2013
Sources say that Facebook is looking at leasing the seventh and eighth floors of a building on Broadway in New York, but it's unclear whether or not the company is ex... [AllFacebook]

Smaller Specialty Firms Competing with the Biggest Names in PR - Posted February 19, 2013
A recent story in Crain's New York Business is of particular interest to us because it highlights a theoretical PR industry of the future in which specialization is the key to success. As we a... [PRNewser]

Roll Call: Edelman and PR News - Posted January 3, 2013
Edelman PR announced the hire of Denis Edwards, formerly head of IT at Milwaukee's "workforce solutions" provider Manpower Group, as the company's new global chief information officer. Edwards will work from Chicago to oversee the firm's internal and client-facing information technology systems and infrastructure around the world. Edwar... [PRNewser]

Fast Fashion Brand Heats Up Manhattan with Underwear Stunt - Posted September 22, 2010
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What Titles Were You Sad To Lose In 2009? - Posted December 14, 2009
It hasn't been the easiest year for print journalism. Crain's New York Business reported Friday that 367 magazines have been axed in the last 12 months, with 64 going online-only, acc... [morningmedianewsfeed]

What Titles Were You Sad To Lose In 2009? - Posted December 14, 2009
It hasn't been the easiest year for print journalism. Crain's New York Business reported Friday that 367 magazines have been axed in the last 12 months, with 64 going online-only, acc... [FishbowlNY]

Greg David Leaves Crain's For Higher Education - Posted December 9, 2009
Tomorrow will be the last day for Crain's New York Business' editorial director Greg David, who is leaving the pub after more than 33 years at Crain Communications. David is leaving... [morningmedianewsfeed]

Greg David Leaves Crain's For Higher Education - Posted December 9, 2009
Tomorrow will be the last day for Crain's New York Business' editorial director Greg David, who is leaving the pub after more than 33 years at Crain Communications. David is leaving... [FishbowlNY]

NY Nonprofit Buys Investigative Public Policy Pub City Limits - Posted November 23, 2009
The nonprofit Community Service Society of New York is launching a journalism experiment, by buying investigative public policy publication City Limits for $200,000. CSS plans to retain the title's current staff and name, and will invest $1 million into it, in t... [morningmedianewsfeed]

NY Nonprofit Buys Investigative Public Policy Pub City Limits - Posted November 23, 2009
The nonprofit Community Service Society of New York is launching a journalism experiment, by buying investigative public policy publication City Limits for $200,000. CSS plans to retain the title's current staff and name, and will invest $1 million into it, in t... [FishbowlNY]

The Daily Beast: Advertising Deal in the Works - Posted March 31, 2009
Crain's currently has a piece up about The Daily Beast's advertising plan, or apparent lack thereof. The ar... [morningmedianewsfeed]

The Daily Beast: Advertising Deal in the Works - Posted March 31, 2009
Crain's currently has a piece up about The Daily Beast's advertising plan, or apparent lack thereof. The ar... [FishbowlNY]

Steve Ross's Plans for Collins - Posted July 10, 2007
With longtime Crown VP and publisher Steve Ross's move to Collins now complete, Crain's decides to profile him and his plans for the business side of HarperCollins. There, he will be tasked with turning a sleepy nonfiction division, mainly known for wellness, business and reference books, into a powerhouse. Though already... [GalleyCat]

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