Business

8th April 2014

Condé Nast ends internships after court case

A class action lawsuit filed by two ex Condé Nast interns for claiming they were paid below the minimum wage has been settled out of court (Fashionista)
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7th April 2014

Should publishers invest in start-ups?

Failures could be between 85-90% in publishing start-ups, according to advice given at the Digital Innovator's Summit (Journalism.co.uk)
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4th April 2014

Op-ed: Demystifying royalties for magazine publishers

Publishers have a very narrow view of where royalties can come from and find the different options complicated - but opportunities do exist (Op-ed)
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1st April 2014

The new marketing mix: Product, Place, Price, Promotion and… Publishing

More brands than ever are dipping deeper into their wallets to set aside dedicated budgets to build mature content marketing systems (Op-Ed)
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31st March 2014

Johnston Press reports £287m loss

Publisher announced growth in digital, but not enough to offset print decline yet (Guardian)
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28th March 2014

Book Publishers: under siege on all fronts

Michael Picard, Vice President Education & World Wide Publishing for Virtusa Corporation, discusses the trend towards self-publishing (Op-ed)
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26th March 2014

Telegraph Media Group launches Telegraph Cars

The Telegraph Media Group has launched Telegraph Cars, a new website to help users buy their next car (Various)
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26th March 2014

Future plc CEO Mark Wood steps down

Future plc has announced that Chief Executive Mark Wood is standing down from the role (press release)
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20th March 2014

Future Publishing shares drop 30% after profits warning

Publishing group Future saw its share price dive 30pc as it warned shareholders to expect profits “significantly below” market expectations (Telegraph)
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18th March 2014

Publishers start travel businesses to drive more revenue

Rather than make travel recommendations and send people to third parties, publishers are putting themselves at the center of the transaction (Digiday)
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