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Clothing resale app Poshmark slips into wholesale

The startup is offering its sellers a chance to purchase new items at wholesale, instead of relying solely on used items to fill their online shops.

By October 28, 2015


Roku considers going public, report says

The company behind the popular TV set-top box is thinking about an initial public offering, Bloomberg reports.

By February 21, 2014


News Corp. buys Hearst's Skiff platform, leaves the reader

Rupert Murdoch's company is buying the e-reader software platform, but the device itself will remain with Hearst--reportedly until a buyer is found for that too.

By June 14, 2010


How Next Issue can rescue magazine publishing

The all-you-can-eat magazine-reading app and service Next Issue is now on the iPad. It's really worth a read.

By July 11, 2012


Road Trip Pic of the Day, 7/5: What is this?

Here's the BMW 650i Coupe that CNET reporter Daniel Terdiman is driving on Road Trip 2012. But what's it parked in front of? If you know, you could win a prize in the Picture of the Day contest.

By July 5, 2012


Amazon inks tablet deal with publishers, report says

The upcoming Amazon tablet will support digital versions of magazines from Hearst, Conde Nast, and Meredith, a new report claims.

By September 27, 2011


Samsung, magazine publishers demo new tablet editions

Hearst, Time Inc., and Conde Nast, with help from Samsung's Galaxy 10.1 tablet, have rolled out an upgrade of Next Issue, a digital newsstand designed for tablet computers.

By June 30, 2011


Pandora shares jump, then slump in initial trading

The Web music service gets off to a fast start on the stock exchange, with shares first surging above the IPO price of $16, followed by a midday nose dive.

By June 15, 2011


Financial Times Web app skirts subscriptions fracas

One major publication has changed directions, putting its resources into a tablet-focused version of its site instead of developing a native application.

By June 7, 2011


Brain behind Hulu lands at Hearst

The media empire hires George Kliavkoff--the NBC exec who helped create the popular video site--as it plans its future in the digital age.

By March 16, 2009