Fast Company changes logo, design

Fast Company editor in chief Stephanie Mehta writes about the magazine’s new design and logo. Mehta writes, “So it isn’t surprising that creative director Mike Schnaidt approached our reboot with a human-centered design ethos. He’s incorporated a broader, bolder color palette, elegant new typefaces, and a welcoming vibe. Schnaidt notes that, increasingly, tech-driven companies themselves […]

Idaho Business Review planning expanded coverage

Kim Burgess, the new editor of the Idaho Business Review, writes about the Boise paper’s expansion plans. Burgess writes, “I am very excited to take the helm at IBR and introduce some new elements that build on our strong foundation as Idaho’s go-to source for business news. “Here are a few of the things we […]

Barrons rolls out an overhauled website

Almar Latour, publisher and executive vice president of Dow Jones Media Group, sent out the following announcement on Monday to the staff: Hi Everyone, We’re excited to share that the new Barrons.com has gone live as of 8.30 a.m. this morning. The new site marks a key moment for Barron’s, positioning it for aggressive growth. […]

CNNMoney is changing its name to CNN Business

CNNMoney executive editor Rich Barbieri and vice president and general manager Jason Farkas sent out the following on Monday: CNN Business is the gateway to the future, covering the companies, personalities, and innovations driving business forward. This new initiative will focus on the single biggest financial story of our generation: how technology is upending every corner of the global economy, forcing […]

Crain’s Cleveland unveils new website

Crain’s Cleveland Business has redesigned its website. A story on its website states, “It’s our first digital overhaul in four years—but there’s more here than just a new look. We’ve added features to make it even easier for you to access the best business coverage in Cleveland. “Pages load faster. Navigation is simpler. Stories are […]

CNBC rolls out a new web design as part of tech overhaul

CNBC released a beta version of its homepage and article pages over the weekend. The new CNBC.com is one piece of CNBC’s technology stack rebuild that includes a new content management system, new application program interface, and a new publishing system for rendering websites. The new publishing system supports CNBC’s multiple websites, including its Warren […]

Georgia paper splitting off Sunday biz section

The Valdosta (Ga.) Daily Times is splitting its Sunday business and lifestyle sections, previously in one section, into two standalone sections. A story on its website states, “In the business section, readers will find building permits and property transactions most weeks, as well as feature stories on area businesses, advice columns, business briefs, etc. The […]

Crain’s Chicago Business has a new website

Crain’s Chicago Business unveiled a redesigned website on Wednesday. A story on its website states, “It’s our first digital overhaul in four years—but there’s more here than just a new look. We’ve added features to make it even easier for you to access the best business coverage in Chicago. “Pages load faster. Navigation is simpler. […]

Quartz redesigns its website

Quartz unveiled a new version of its site on Aug. 1 that’s aimed at increasing newsletter subscribers, keeping readers on site longer and delivering advertising through private programmatic marketplaces, reports Max Willens of Digiday. Willens reports, “The redesign, the site’s fifth in six years, will also make it easier to implement a paywall or other […]

SABEW unveils a new logo

SABEW has launched a new logo in conjunction with its name change to the Society for Advancing Business Editing and Writing. The logo also represents a more modern and evolving organization. “The logo better communicates what SABEW stands for today,” said SABEW executive director Kathleen Graham in a statement. “We’ve used visual elements to emphasize […]