Quartz, the digital magazine covering the global economy launched in the fall of 2012 by The Atlantic Media Group, continues to generate buzz for throwing traditional digital presentation out the window.
The winter of 2014 has not only been one to remember, but it has increased people's appetite for weather information--and not just the day's forecast.
According to Google Trends, these last few months have seen the most searches for "weather" in the past ten years. Publishers are answering this call by expanding their coverage of weather or creating new weather-devoted sites and channels.
Find out more on why you may want to beef up your weather content.
The notion of retirement is changing. Leaving the workforce voluntarily at age 65 is no longer standard practice. In fact, many Americans are working far past 65 and plan to work until age 80 and beyond.
Such a rethinking suggests that traditional coverage of retirement issues also is due for an overhaul, as the narrower view of a decade or more ago becomes outdated in the current struggling economy.
Interested in changing the way you cover retirement?
Increasingly, publishers across the country are leveraging the popularity of their columnists and other editorial staff to present live events that are open to the public and recorded for digital replay. Read more.