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The CEO behind Bustle and the new Gawker is reportedly making a bid on the remaining Gizmodo Media blogs
Bryan Goldberg bought the defunct Gawker.com for $1.35 million in July
Mic has quietly begun churning out new content from new writers after laying off its entire staff just weeks ago.
Gawker’s former president explains how she told 200 people the company was going bankrupt without making them hate her for it
Daily Beast CEO and former Gawker president Heather Dietrick had to help guide Gawker's staff through its final six months.
The Daily Beast CEO Heather Dietrick once had to tell 200 people that Gawker was going bankrupt, and she says that ‘wartime’ leadership st...
Daily Beast CEO Heather Dietrick shares what she learned from being in "wartime mode" at Gawker and how she's taken risks throughout her career.
The 35-year-old founder of Bustle and Bleacher Report reportedly just bought Gawker.com for $1.35 million, and Hulk Hogan is entitled to a cut of the ...
The media mogul Bryan Goldberg won rights to Gawker's domain name, social-media accounts, and archives in an auction held Thursday. The news comes years after Hulk Hogan defeated Gawker in court in a lawsuit funded by Peter Thiel.
The Silicon Valley billionaire secretly bankrolled lawsuits to put the publication out of business — and it sounds like he had help.
Peter Thiel is reportedly in touch with the Mercer family about launching a conservative cable network
The PayPal billionaire was in touch with Fox News founder Roger Ailes before his death in May, but has moved forward with the project since.
A group of former Gawker employees launched a Kickstarter to buy back Gawker.com and relaunch the publication
"First I had heard of it," Gawker founder Nick Denton told Business Insider.
Controversial billionaire Peter Thiel might be looking to buy Gawker.com — the news site he helped Hulk Hogan take down
Peter Thiel financed wrestler Hulk Hogan's lawsuit against Gawker Media, eventually forcing it into a 2016 bankruptcy and a fire sale to Univision.
John Cook is set to leave the company, the latest former top Gawker Media figure to exit the company a year after it was aquired by Univision.