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Retention nightmares may be keeping executives up at night, but “employee satisfaction” is no longer the metric used in gauging the effectiveness of internal communications.
Today’s internal surveys are more often designed to gauge employees’ “business literacy” – as in …
Online sibling to Gannett’s USA Today.
Hot topics: Seasonal content (just finished special feature for Osteoporosis
Health Editor: John Riley,
Founded as a consumer-oriented
complement to Medscape, which caters to healthcare professionals.
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The much-ballyhooed media and entertainment Web site opened its digital doors early for a “sneak preview” last week for fear that stampeding Web …

Media Moves

May 22nd, 2000 by

Technology reporter Mylene Mangalindan leaves Bloomberg to join the San Francisco
bureau of the Wall Street Journal. 415/912-2980…Dennis Kneale moves from executive
editor to managing editor at Forbes. Contact the main offices at 62 Fifth Ave.,
New York, NY, 10011-8865……

Online PR Gets Easier

May 11th, 2000 by

For small to mid-size companies, keeping a tight reign on the ever-evolving online media industry can seem almost impossible with hundreds of news sites surfacing online.
An Internet startup, founded by a team of marketing, PR and technology experts is …

High-Tech Media Moves

May 8th, 2000 by

Industry Standard Washington bureau chief Elizabeth Wasserman will not be working out of the Washington bureau for the next several weeks. In the interim,
email Keith Perine at, or Aaron Pressman, new senior writer covering companies and …

I Dream Of…Darva?

May 1st, 2000 by

Who would broadcast journalists most like to interview? D S Simon Productions (212/736-2727) surveyed assignment editors and morning and midday show producers in more than 800
newsrooms following last February’s sweeps to find out. Survey said:

Darva Conger, Rick Rockwell, Regis …

The Case
To most travelers under the age of 70, the words “escorted tour” sound hopelessly geriatric – or vaguely sexual.
Today’s tourists are Baby Boomers and young senior citizens who have active travel goals. Escorted tour operator Globus & Cosmos stood …

Last year, more than 9,000 merger deals were forged (compared with only 1,877 in 1991), but the verdict is still out as to whether shareholders will ever look back and
celebrate the record. A report published for BusinessWeek by the consulting firm Corporate …