Tagged: Redesigns

WSJ exploring arts and culture section

WSJ exploring arts and culture section

John Koblin of the New York Observer writes Wednesday that The Wall Street Journal is considering adding an arts and culture section as early as next year. Koblin writes, “Several Journal sources have confirmed...

Redesigning the biz news site

Redesigning the biz news site

Allen Wastler, the managing editor of CNBC.com, writes Tuesday about the difficulties in redesigning a business news Web site. Wastler writes, “Don’t forget your BizDev (business development) crew. They are the dealmakers … and...

BusinessWeek.com unveils redesign

BusinessWeek.com unveils redesign

BusinessWeek.com editor John Byrne writes about the Web site’s redesign and how the magazine’s online presence is performing. Byrne writes, “What hasn’t changed is as important as what has: our commitment to the highest...

Nevada biz glossy changes name

Nevada biz glossy changes name

The Nevada Business Journal, a monthly business magazine, has changed its name, dropping Journal for Magazine, and has undergone a redesign. Publisher Connie Brennan writes, “And while our mission to inform, connect and engage...

Barrons.com undergoes redesign

Barrons.com undergoes redesign

Barron’s editor and publisher Edward A. Finn Jr. writes in the latest issue about a redesign of the business weekly’s Web site. Finn writes, “You’ll find breaking investment news near the top of the...

Worth aims for high-end biz audience

Worth aims for high-end biz audience

TALKING BIZ NEWS EXCLUSIVE Richard Bradley is the editor of Worth magazine, which is relaunching with its June issue after being acquired by Sandow Media in February 2008. Before joining Worth a year ago,...