Time Inc. Limps Toward a Spring Spinout

The world’s biggest magazine publisher still makes a lot of money. But it’s shrinking every quarter. Tough sell for a Q2 spinout.

Sports Illustrated Gives Its Biggest Star His Own Site: Peter King’s Monday Morning Quarterback Kicks Off Next Week

This worked well for Bill Simmons and ESPN two years ago. Now Time Inc. is using the same playbook.

Time Inc. Keeps Shrinking

The good news: It’s the biggest magazine publisher in America. The bad news …

Time Warner Put the “For Sale” Sign on Time Inc. Last Fall

Jeff Bewkes and company used to insist they wanted to hang on to their magazine business. They stopped saying that in September.

The Math Behind Time Warner’s Bleacher Report Deal

Turner lost a lot of online ad dollars, and it’s trying to buy them back.

After Divorcing Sports Illustrated, Turner Wants to Hook Up With Bleacher Report

Why a misadventure in corporate synergy could lead to a $200 million-plus deal.

Apple, Time Inc. Solve Their Subscription Squabble

It only took two years!

Finally, a Reason to Read Magazines on a Tablet

Call it “Netflix for Magazines” — unlimited digital subscriptions for $10 or $15 a month.


Time Inc. Hires Digital Chief

Time Inc. hired former Nokia Corp. executive George Linardos as the new head of digital marketing at the magazine-publishing unit, the company said Tuesday, a move that is likely to affirm the magazine company’s conservative approach to distributing titles like Time, People and Sports Illustrated on tablet computers.

Time Magazine Rolls Out Print/Digital Subscriptions — And Puts Up Another Web Pay Wall

Time magazine is making it easier for readers to subscribe to its digital and print editions. And harder for non-subscribers to read the magazine on the Web.

Time Inc.’s Web Paywall, Explained

Time Inc.'s Web Paywall, Explained