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The Washington Post, the leading source on politics, today introduces a new politics homepage, PostPolitics.
Starting today, readers of the Slate Group sites will have the opportunity to publicly “Like” articles and make social connections as they browse Slate.
The Washington Post today launches Network News, an innovative new feature that integrates Facebook to create a far more personalized and social experience for users on The Washington Post's Web site.
Readers of TheRoot.com will join The Root’s editorial staff and leading female achievers in the fields of media, politics, and policy at an event series entitled Young, Fabulous and Female that kicks off this...
Robert E. Cockburn joins Kaplan Ventures as the new Chief Financial Officer, it was announced today by Jim Rosenthal, Kaplan Ventures’ Chief Executive Officer.
A down economy hasn’t dampened aspiring lawyers’ confidence in their ability to get a job in the legal field – just their confidence in their peers’ ability to do so.
Kaplan EduNeering, a leading provider of compliance, regulatory and knowledge management solutions, announced today that Allison Risko has been promoted to Senior Vice President, Professional Services, and Andy ...
To support the life-saving efforts of Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontieres (MSF), the Nobel Peace Prize-winning organization which provides medical humanitarian aid to countries around the globe, Kaplan ...
This year, thousands of low-income families across the country have a new way to bring learning into their homes through a groundbreaking joint effort between Kaplan Tutoring and Computers for Youth (CFY).
The Washington Post today announced the creation of Capital Business, a new weekly subscription publication that will provide comprehensive coverage of the people, trends and ideas shaping the business community ...
Slate readers will join leading experts in the field of energy conservation as well as Slate editors this evening, Wednesday, March 10, at the House of Sweden in Washington, D.
Thousands of graduating law students eager to practice their profession will soon have more options to help them pass the all important bar exam.
Kaplan EduNeering, the leading provider of ethics and compliance training solutions announced today that Lisa Clune, President, was named one of New Jersey’s 2010 Best 50 Women in Business by NJBIZ.
The Washington Post Company (NYSE:WPO) today declared a regular quarterly dividend of $2.
Kaplan Publishing and ScrollMotion today announced a range of innovative Medical College Admissions Test (MCAT) and U.
Signs of a big change in ways top philanthropists give are evident in a new ranking of America’s most-generous donors released today by The Chronicle of Philanthropy and the online magazine Slate.
Apple CEO Steve Jobs is said to have held a secret meeting with top N.Y. Times executives, where they discussed the future of e-newspapers.
Time Warner has joined a growing group of companies that have raised dividends in recent weeks, in a sign of increased optimism among U.S. companies.
General Colin L. Powell, the 65 th Secretary of State, encouraged Kaplan University’s winter 2010 graduates to continue to reach new heights in their personal and professional development.
Edward L. Hanapole, 39, was named Chief Information Officer, it was announced today by Andrew S.
Shares of the New York Times and Gannett shoot higher on a pair of bullish analyst calls.
Washington Post's Newsweek unit sells Budget Travel magazine to New York investment firm
Google tests new service that packages New York Times, Washington Post coverage of big stories
The New York Times Co. and McClatchy Co. give their ad revenue projections.
Gannett's plans to cut 166 jobs has received a positive reception in the market.
Dual-class share structures are good for enriching and entrenching management but bad for public shareholders.
GE's CEO is in Paris trying to push forth a deal with Vivendi to sell NBC Universal.
Washington Post to close bureaus in NY, Los Angeles & Chicago; 6 reporters go back to DC
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