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Tech Makeover

March 4th, 2002 by

The Washington Post takes a new, more straightforward approach to Fast Forward, its consumer and personal technology section, which will now go by the name of Personal Tech.
Personal Tech previously resided in the Friday Business section and has been …

Web Site Under Construction

February 18th, 2002 by

Builder Online ( a news portal for the construction industry from publisher Hanley-Wood, has launched a revamped site with more news coverage and product
information. The site now provides users news feeds from 2,600 national news sources, as well as …

PRNews Briefs

February 11th, 2002 by

Practicing Social Responsibility. In the wake of Sept. 11, consumers have become more conscious of corporate contributions to society. So Ketchum’s newly launched Corporate
Social Responsibility practice couldn’t come at a better time. The practice will focus on communications services related …

Within hours of the deadly Sept. 11 attacks in New York City and Washington, D.C., it became painfully clear to managers at Putnam Investments that staff, brokers and
stockholders needed, as quickly as possible, comprehensive information about how these events …

Media Moves

January 14th, 2002 by

National News: Ethan Bronner’s title at The New York Times changes from education editor to assistant editorial page editor. A replacement has not been named, but email Joe
Berger with information regarding education coverage, … Eben Shapiro, business …

Location, Location, Location

January 7th, 2002 by

IndustryWeek introduces a new monthly department with the February issue, reporting on major manufacturing firms and how they make their plant site decisions. Email John
McClenahen, senior editor, with pitches for the new feature, aptly dubbed “Locations.”

Nothing sells newspapers like a war. In September, The New York Times saw its newsstand circulation shoot up 37 percent (as reported on MSNBC), and other publications around
the country have seen a similar rise in readership in the wake of …

In October 1999, the federal Food and Drug Administration (FDA) gave its blessing
for soy products to be marketed as a “cholesterol-reducing food.” Suddenly,
consumers who’d previously turned their noses up at tofu began to reconsider
the merits of soy. To …

Media Moves

October 15th, 2001 by

National News
Rick Flaste, former senior editor for special projects at The New York Times, joins The Los Angeles Times as features editor. Phone the editorial desk at 213/237-7000 … Keith
Bradsher, Detroit bureau chief for The New York Times, is …

When hijacked airplanes smashed into the Twin Towers on Sept. 11, Merrill Lynch evacuated 9,000 employees — nearly 20% of its work force — from headquarters adjacent to the
World Trade Center. The firm immediately found itself in a crisis of unimaginable proportions. …