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  1. Tina Brown Steals Rosanne Lufrano From Martha Stewart Living OmnimediaShe’ll help launch the new ‘Newsweek’ iPad app.
  2. Newsweek.com Will Cease to Exist on July 19Instead the URL will direct users to the Daily Beast.
  3. Did You Know Tina Brown Actually Had a Family Life?Or that her husband, Harold Evans, would “like to maintain a certain dominance in the relationship”?
  4. Paul Begala to Join NewsweekPlus, the magazine will move to the IAC Building.
  5. Tina Brown Poaches Leslie Bennetts From Vanity FairJust like she poached her back in 1988.
  6. Staff Shake-ups at the Newsweek Daily Beast CompanyOne managing editor leaves, and several people get promoted.
  7. Andrew Sullivan’s Departure Didn’t Hurt TheAtlantic.com’s TrafficEverybody wins.
  8. Former U.S. Rep Jane Harman Appointed to Newsweek/Daily Beast BoardAfter the death of her husband, someone in the family was bound to take the role.
  9. Newsweek Publishes Owner’s Manifesto on How He’ll Beat Cancer, the Week After He Dies From CancerInteresting choice.
  10. Newsweek’s Future: Sidney’s Gone, What About Barry?Is the Harman half of the Newsbeast company the only one worried employees should be looking at?
  11. Newsweek Owner Sidney Harman Dies After ‘Brief Battle With Leukemia’The stereo magnate learned he was ill only a month ago.
  12. Newsweek/Daily Beast Steals Another Journalist from the Washington PostBye-bye, Lois Romano.
  13. Tale of the Tape: The New Newsweek vs. the New New York Times MagazineHow do the new versions of the two storied newsmagazines match up?
  14. Buyout Offers Made at NewsweekA few dozen ‘Newsweek’ staffers were offered the door today.
  15. Tina Brown Scores Two MoreWayne Barrett and Peter Boyer are Newsweek’s newest hires.
  16. Tina Brown Still Acquiring Talent: Lures Music Writer From L.A. TimesChris Lee will be an entertainment writer for the NewsBeast.
  17. Michelle Cottle Leaves New Republic to Work for Tina BrownAlso, turns out Blake Gopnik is headed to the Newsbeast.
  18. ‘It May Be Possible to Accommodate the Combined Newsweek and the Daily Beast Operations at the World-Class 18th Street IAC Building’Sidney Harman is teasing his new employees.
  19. Tina Brown Was Opposed to Newsbeast Until the Last Minute [Updated]What changed her mind?
  20. Just Kidding! Tina Brown Not Killing Newsweek.com After AllPhew. We guess.