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FCC report: Net has helped suffocate local news

Fixing the sorry state of local news could cost up to $1.6 billion, or about as much as Google paid for YouTube, report indicates.

By June 9, 2011


Beleaguered Digg announces more layoffs

After its launch of the "Version 4" redesign proved disastrous, Digg has laid off about 37 percent of its staffers and promises to refocus on product and profitability.

By October 25, 2010


News Corp. reportedly buys something--but it's Beliefnet, not LinkedIn or Digg

The FishbowlNY blog says it has received a tip that the media conglomerate is about to announce its acquisition of the religion-and-spirituality site, a Web 1.0 veteran.

By December 3, 2007


Going human with Shy-Tech

The Trendforum conference gathered European innovation, marketing, and R&D executives to explore emerging technologies, social trends, and innovative business models.

By December 9, 2009


Digg raises $28.7 million in Series C round

The perpetual Valley darling, long rumored to be up for sale, has instead infused its coffers with capital from Highland Capital Partners and announced an expansion effort.

By September 24, 2008


Why old media is running scared of Google

That's a big reason behind of spate of old media-new media pairings in the last year. But is it a strategy that will be enough to restrain Google's growing appetite?

By May 16, 2008


Jesus has a social network

Faithbase is a hub for Christians to meet and socialize. The site officially launched in June 2007, but its "overt marketing push began about a month ago."

By December 6, 2007