If you want to work for the best minds in business, you’re in the right place here in the Bay Area.
The go-to magazine for Apple fans is closing down print operations & staying online…
Ann Notarangelo, reporter and weekend anchor for KPIX/KBCW is featured with three other local news mavens in May’s Diablo Magazine cover story, “Women to Watch: East Bay Anchors on the Future of News, Knowing Their Neighborhoods and What They’re Hiding Under the Desk.”
Time magazine has released its annual list of the 100 Most Influential People. Among the likes of Beyonce, the Pope and Edward Snowden, it includes several prominent Bay Area figures including Governor Jerry Brown.
A San Francisco company specializing in responsibly produced clothing and accessories is teaming up with Real Simple to offer clothing targeted to the magazine’s readership.
Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy has denied an emergency request by the National Rifle Association to block enforcement of a California city ordinance that bans gun magazines capable of holding more than 10 bullets.
The fashion magazine defends decision to feature the curvy actress fully covered in a winter jacket…
Yahoo has begun to distribute an iPad magazine that illuminates the Internet company’s ambitions and the chronic hiccups that have thrown its fate into doubt.
Apple has made a change that could help newspaper and magazine publishers make more money when they sell subscriptions for the iPad and iPhone.
Some Bay Area consumers are complaining that their mail boxes are stuffed with unwanted magazine subscriptions that they didn’t ask for.