Website’s success offsets continuing decline in print advertising at the Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday. By John Plunkett
Jane Martinson: FT’s editor talks about his new-look print edition, press regulation – but refuses to be drawn on a possible sale
HBO’s on-demand service could soon float free of cable’s clutches. What, beyond Game of Thrones marathons for all, will this mean?
As the publisher secures another $500m investment, its rise from Montreal magazine to powerful brand has lessons for all, writes Jon Bernstein
Digital media brand says cash from Silicon Valley tech firm and US cable broadcaster values company at more than $2.5bn. By Jason Deans
As part of the travel company’s real-time marketing campaign, there was no contingency plan for a no decision
BT competitors are hoping to make signings after the firm said it plans to put up home phone and internet charges by 6.49%
Sir Martin Sorrell aims 45% of total revenue in next five years to come from new media and markets such as India, Brazil and China. By Mark Sweney
Mark Sweney: Centaur’s chief executive on making companies sexier, tough-talking – and no positive discrimination for women
Consumer experts say hike, which is four times higher than rate of inflation, is 'football tax' to show matches on BT Sport
Edinburgh TV festival: Commercial Broadcasters Association rebuffs David Abraham’s call for more protection for public service broadcasters. By John Plunkett
BuzzFeed has poured resources into becoming a 'serious' news provider. But can its coverage ever be truly comprehensive?
BSkyB decision to end coverage of Cambridge Folk Festival also a reason behind £16.5m reverse takeover of 7digital, company says. By Mark Sweney
Sales of the hundreds of paid-for weekly and monthly titles fell 4.4% compared with previous six months, according to latest healthcheck
H Bauer’s TV listings publication lost more than 70,000 from its average weekly in first half of year. By Mark Sweney