The parent company of Newsweek
magazine and International Business Times plans to deepen its business relationship with a small Christian university founded by controversial Korean-American pastor David Jang.
has recognised Japan-based Toyota Motor Corporation (NYSE: TM), as one of the greenest companies in the world and 'Best in Industry Global' in the automobile category.
The crossing is long, but "Italy remained a preferred destination over Greece because refugees arriving in Greece must pass through the Balkans to get to Germany, which is the preferred destination of many asylum seekers," reports Mirren Gidda for Newsweek
, a premier weekly news magazine owned by IBT Media, said it has launched its first iPhone app.
LLC has ente- red into a licensing partner- ship with ARY Digital Net- work to publish Newsweek
Middle East, a localised news- weekly magazine in English and Arabic.
New York and Dubai: Newsweek
LLC is continuing to expand globally through an exclusive licensing partnership with ARY Digital Network to publish Newsweek
Middle East, a localised newsweekly magazine that will be printed in English and Arabic.
MGM Resorts International (NYSE: MGM) said it has been listed among Newsweek
Magazine's 100 most environmentally responsible companies in the United States, making it the third highest-ranked company in the hospitality industry.
International current affairs magazine Newsweek
plans to relaunch its print edition in early 2014, just over one year after ceasing publication to focus on its website, the New York Times reported on Tuesday.
5 August 2013 - US digital-only news company IBT Media said it had struck a deal to buy Newsweek
from IAC/InterActiveCorp (NASDAQ:IACI), without disclosing the financial terms.
NEW YORK CITY -- The once-influential US publication Newsweek
is being sold to the all-digital news publisher IBT Media, the company said in a statement.
4 ( ANI ): IBT Media is buying Newsweek
from IAC, which will split it from the Daily Beast brand and announced plans to make it profitable.
Editor-in-chief Tina Brown and chief executive Baba Shetty announced in October that the last print edition would hit the stands in the US on December 31.