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IBT Media's Future In Question After Another Round Of Mass Layoffs

After "devastating" layoffs, IBT Media has announced it will spin off Newsweek into its own entity.

Laid Off IBT Media Employees Tweet Their Poignant Farewells

8 hours agoIndustries / Media : FishbowlLA

Dozens of International Business Times journalists affected, with Newsweek cuts reportedly set for Friday.

Stanford Student’s Robot Lawyer Has Beaten 160,000 Parking Tickets In London And NYC

Bloomberg Law, A Robot that Kills Parking Tickets and its Big Law Friend Daily Mirror, World's First 'Robot Lawyer' Overturns 160,000 Parking Tickets in London and New York Newsweek, Robot Lawyer Overturns $4 Million in Parking Tickets RT, ‘Robot Lawyer’ Overturns 160,000 Parking Tickets in London & New York Tech...

3-D Printing Helped This Cancer Survivor Recover Some of What He Lost to Disease

It’s increasingly easy to be cynical about 3-D printing, as a recent Newsweek story on the industry’s disappointments shows all too well. But once you look past the supposedly revolutionary promise of the technology, there are small, meaningful stories about it that are worth telling. Show More Summary

WASHINGTON POST DISCOVERS WE AREN’T ALL SOCIALISTS NOW, THROW TEMPER TANTRUM: ‘WaPo’: Brexit Shows…

WASHINGTON POST DISCOVERS WE AREN’T ALL SOCIALISTS NOW, THROW TEMPER TANTRUM: ‘WaPo’: Brexit Shows Some Things Shouldn’t Be Decided by the People. (Newsweek’s infamous “We Are All Socialists Now” headline in early February of 2009 ran when the magazine was still controlled by the Post, before being offloaded for $1.00. The late Sidney Harman definitely […]

Isabel Oakeshott: History Will Judge David Cameron Harshly For Brexit Campaign

4 days agoNews : Newsweek: US

Isabel Oakeshott is the the co-author of a biography of the British prime minister David Cameron, Call Me Dave and the Daily Mail’s Political Editor at large. She recently wrote a cover story for Newsweek Europe exploring the relationship...Show More Summary

Quora Question: What's It Like Being a Female CEO in Silicon Valley?

Quora Questions are part of a partnership between Newsweek and Quora, through which we'll be posting relevant and interesting answers from Quora contributors throughout the week. Read more about the partnership here. Answer from Sarah...Show More Summary

Panel: Making Sense of Brexit

6 days agoNews : Newsweek: US

The implications of Britain’s vote to leave the EU are vast, and cross the political spectrum and every field. In order to help make sense of the result, Newsweek is seeking reaction from a range of experts and political voices. We’ll...Show More Summary

Brexit Live Coverage: Britain Votes to Leave the EU

This live blog continues Newsweek Europe’s through-the-night coverage of the U.K.’s vote on its membership of the European Union. The U.K. has voted to leave the EU by a majority of 52 percent to 48 percent in a result that has sentShow More Summary

Brexit's Best Bits: Our Guide to The Campaign

last weekNews : Newsweek: US

Are you staying up to watch Britain’s Brexit results roll in? Want to look back over the long campaign? Or are you looking to make sense of the outcome? Newsweek has been covering the vote closely from the beginning. Below, you can find...Show More Summary

Brexit 'Could Be Death Knell' for London's Tech City

The leader of a body representing almost 3,000 senior members of London’s tech scene has warned that a “Brexit” could be “the death knell of our Tech City.” Russ Shaw, founder of industry group Tech London Advocates, tells Newsweek in...Show More Summary

Bernie Sanders Is Gaining Support For Superdelegate Limiting Measures Among His Fellow Senators

Bernie Sanders enjoyed his return to the Senate Floor on Monday. Colleagues from both sides of the aisle rushed to shake his hand and pat him on the back. All seemed simply delighted to see him according to Newsweek. Senator John McCain gave Senator Sanders a hearty welcome and a big hug. Show More Summary

Jameson Fitzpatrick’s ‘Poem for Pulse’ at Newsweek

Jameson Fitzpatrick is featured at Newsweek, after writing and sharing his poem in response to the Orlando shootings. “A Poem for Pulse” has been widely shared on Facebook, “resonating beyond his own friendship circle,” as Tufayel Ahmed notes. More: Speaking to Newsweek on Monday, Fitzpatrick said: “I was just struck by how small and quotidien […]

Quora Question: Progressive Reform Needed in U.S. Health Care

Quora Questions are part of a partnership between Newsweek and Quora, through which we'll be posting relevant and interesting answers from Quora contributors throughout the week. Read more about the partnership here. Answer from IanShow More Summary

President Obama's Remarks on Orlando Mass Shooting

The following is a full transcript of President Barack Obama's June 13 remarks on the massacre at the Pulse nightclub in Orlando, Florida. For Newsweek's full coverage of the tragedy, the deadliest mass shooting in U.S. history, please visit...Show More Summary

Quora Question: Will Anything Replace Email?

Quora Questions are part of a partnership between Newsweek and Quora, through which we'll be posting relevant and interesting answers from Quora contributors throughout the week. Read more about the partnership here. Answer from Adam...Show More Summary

Quora Question: Has the Second Amendment Been Twisted by Conservatives?

2 weeks agoNews : Newsweek: US

Quora Questions are part of a partnership between Newsweek and Quora, through which we'll be posting relevant and interesting answers from Quora contributors throughout the week. Read more about the partnership here. Answer from Richard...Show More Summary

Changes in Newsweek Green Rankings for 2016

Newsweek released its 2016 Green Company rankings last week, which assess the top 500 companies by market capitalization, both globally and in the U.S., for corporate sustainability and environmental impact.

Trump Campaign Denies It’s in Talks to Hire Former Clinton Aide Dick Morris

Donald Trump spokeswoman Hope Hicks tells Newsweek there is “no truth” to a report by New York magazine’s Gabriel Sherman that the GOP front-runner may hire former Clinton confidante-turned-antagonist Dick Morris for his presidential...Show More Summary

'And I'm already the greatest!': The 1964 Newsweek profile of 22-year-old Muhammad Ali

Muhammad Ali has died at the age of 74. Newsweek profiled the beloved boxer in 1964, on the occasion of his historic heavyweight championship upset. "My name is magic," declared the 22-year-old athlete, who was still going by his given name, Cassius Marcellus Clay. Show More Summary

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