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Bloomberg News Talent Drain Continues With Businessweek Editor's Exit

Josh Tyrangiel, the wunderkind editor hired away from Time Inc. six years ago to run Bloomberg LP’s newly acquired BusinessWeek magazine (renamed Bloomberg Businessweek), is the latest high-profile journalist to join the exodus of top leaders from the company. 823 more words

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Josh Tyrangiel Is Leaving Businessweek After Six Years

Businessweek editor Josh Tyrangiel is leaving the company after six years, effective tomorrow. He said in an email to staff that he was planning to explore new opportunities. 198 more words

SPD-U: Five Questions for Ronnie Weil, Photo Editor

The latest post in my Five Questions for… blog series for SPD-U, profiles Photo Editor, Ronnie Weil. Ronnie has some advice for aspiring photo editors. 21 more words


Beyond Code

The article “What Is Code?” in the July 11 issue of Bloomberg’s BusinessWeek starts out saying, you’re a VP doing an SVP’s job. Your problem is overseeing software development. 452 more words

Books For The Internet Age

ACL : Erratum (Mr. Ken Poutakidis)

By way of follow-up to my previous post on Alchemia (ASX : ACL), I have been informed that my implied statement that Mr Ken Poutakidis, who recently joined the… 121 more words

The Long Tail

What Is Code?

This is the question asked by the title of the main (38,000 words!) article in the June 11 of Bloomburg’s BusinessWeek. The question is answered thoroughly (38,000 words!) and with patience for the lay reader. 470 more words

Books For The Internet Age

A Rivalry; Traditional Vs. Brand Journalism.

Everywhere we look we are being subjected to advertisements; commercials, billboards and display ads are constantly surrounding us. Traditional marketing targeted consumers to inform us about the benefits of using a certain products or brands, however; with the rise of the Internet and social media, we seeing more branded journalism and content marketing. 1,530 more words