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Book Review: Conspiracy by Ryan Holiday

Conspiracy is a book that the reader picks up believing it to be one thing, changes into something else while reading, and then turns into something unexpectedly different at its conclusion. 337 more words

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Bret Stephens' Gawker Smear Ignores the Site's Work Exposing Harassers

The entire country is focused on Judge Brett Kavanaugh and Christine Blasey Ford’s hearings in Washington, D.C. today. ButĀ New York TimesĀ op-ed columnist Bret Stephens… 754 more words

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Gawker to Relaunch Under New Owner in Early 2019

Gawker, the gossip-blog-turned-media-empire, is back. At least, it will be next year.

Bustle Digital Group CEO Bryan Goldberg, who acquired Gawker in an auction this summer, said that the site will be relaunched early next year. 249 more words

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TechCrunch: Gawker is relaunching in early 2019

TechCrunch: Gawker is relaunching in early 2019 . “Bustle-owner Bryan Goldberg, who paid $1.35 million for rights to the defunct gossip site in a bankruptcy auction in July, wrote in a memo to Bustle staff Tuesday that Gawker would relaunch next year with Amanda Hale, the former chief revenue officer of The Outline, as its publisher.”

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Gawker Gets Ready For A Comeback

UPDATED with comment from Bustle

Gawker is poised to make a comeback next year, according to published reports. The gossip site, which was sued into bankruptcy two years ago by Silicon Valley billionaire Peter Thiel, was acquired by the founder of Bustle Digital Media, Bryan Goldberg. 388 more words

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Gawker Set to Relaunch Under New Owner Bryan Goldberg (EXCLUSIVE)

Gawker will rise from the ashes in a new iteration of the website to be launched next year, Variety has learned.

The reborn Gawker comes under the ownership of Bryan Goldberg, founder and CEO of Bustle Digital Group, who was the… 680 more words

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Sorry Hader Haters, But Names Will STILL Never Harm You

While MLB has wanted (and probably needed) mid-summer attention from the national media for something besides PEDs, this likely isn’t what they had in mind. During the All Star game, The Milwaukee Brewers’s Josh Hader, a man of the not-so-deep south (Maryland), was shamed for some… 757 more words

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