Another victim of Tina Brown's axe.
The all-digital restructuring is under way.
Tina Brown is spinning, but Barry Diller doesn't bother.
Editor-in-chief Tina Brown announced the huge changes today.
"I don't think you can claim this undermines my academic reputation."
IAC has taken over a controlling stake.
The former George W. Bush speechwriter is leaving his own site behind to join Tina Brown.
Instead the URL will direct users to the Daily Beast.
Just like she poached her back in 1988.
One managing editor leaves, and several people get promoted.
Is the Harman half of the Newsbeast company the only one worried employees should be looking at?
The stereo magnate learned he was ill only a month ago.
Bye-bye, Lois Romano.
How do the new versions of the two storied newsmagazines match up?
Well, that must have cost a fortune.