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Huffington Post co-founder Arianna Huffington is stepping down to start new venture
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Huffington Post co-founder Arianna Huffington is stepping down to start new venture

Huffington Post co-founder Arianna Huffington said she would step down as editor-in-chief to focus on running her new health venture, Thrive Global.

Arianna Huffington steps down from HuffPost to launch wellness startup
World

Arianna Huffington steps down from HuffPost to launch wellness startup

Arianna Huffington, founder of The Huffington Post news site, is stepping down to launch a nonprofit group focused on health and wellness.

More than half the links shared on Twitter are never clicked on, says study
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More than half the links shared on Twitter are never clicked on, says study

More than half (59 per cent) links shared on micro-blogging website Twitter are never clicked including by the people who share them, a new study has found.

 Verizon Communications set to buy AOL for $4.4 bn
Business

Verizon Communications set to buy AOL for $4.4 bn

For AOL, the deal caps a years-long period of reinvention into one of the most successful advertising technology companies.

Malaysian minister slams Huffington Post for article on MH370 pilot
World

Malaysian minister slams Huffington Post for article on MH370 pilot

Malaysian Foreign Affairs Minister Anifah Aman on Saturday slammed an article claiming that Malaysia Airlines flight MH370's pilot, Captain Zaharie Ahmad Shah, caused the aircraft to disappear when he committed suicide.

Cops use tear gas, smoke bombs at protesters after US teen's death
World

Cops use tear gas, smoke bombs at protesters after US teen's death

Police also used sonic devices that make a loud ear-splitting sound to try to disperse the crowd, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reported.

Cops fire tear gas as Missouri sees more unrest after killing of teen
World

Cops fire tear gas as Missouri sees more unrest after killing of teen

Two journalists, Wesley Lowery of the Washington Post and Ryan J. Reilly of Huffington Post, were arrested on Wednesday, and then released, while working in the area.

US: Journalists covering protests against police killing of black teen, 'arrested'
World

US: Journalists covering protests against police killing of black teen, 'arrested'

Aspiring college student Michael Brown, 18, died Saturday in a police shooting in the St. Louis suburb of Ferguson, sparking rioting and stirring comparisons to the February 2012 fatal shooting of unarmed teenager Trayvon Martin.

Miley Cyrus sends heartfelt message to dying fan
Entertainment

Miley Cyrus sends heartfelt message to dying fan

Pop star Miley Cyrus sent a heartfelt message for her fan, who was battling cystic fibrosis, an hour before she passed away.

Arianna Huffington on Huffington Post's India plans
Brands

Arianna Huffington on Huffington Post's India plans

Arianna Huffington talks about opening shop in India, early next year.

Huffington Post to launch India edition by May this year
Biztech

Huffington Post to launch India edition by May this year

US-based leading online newspaper Huffington Post is planning to launch an India edition by May this year and negotiations are currently underway to finalise a local partner for this venture.

Journalist Dilip Padgaokar on board of HuffPost's new online publication
World

Journalist Dilip Padgaokar on board of HuffPost's new online publication

The Huffington Post, today announced plans for creation of THEWORLDPOST, a new online publication with 10 editions around the world

Fuel for fire: Huffington Post removes Sonia Gandhi from rich list
Economy

Fuel for fire: Huffington Post removes Sonia Gandhi from rich list

Huffington Post has removed Sonia Gandhi from the rich list saying that the editors have been unable to verify Gandhi's wealth amount.

eBay's Omidyar wants readers to be engaged citizens
World

eBay's Omidyar wants readers to be engaged citizens

Unlike Bezos, the French-born Iranian American says he aims to build a new "mass media organization" from the ground up, and his first recruits are the journalists who exposed the US government's surveillance programs, using documents leaked by former spy agency contractor Edward Snowden.

eBay's Omidyar wants readers to be engaged citizens
News & Analysis

eBay's Omidyar wants readers to be engaged citizens

Unlike Bezos, the French-born Iranian American says he aims to build a new "mass media organization" from the ground up, and his first recruits are the journalists who exposed the US government's surveillance programs, using documents leaked by former spy agency contractor Edward Snowden.

Hurricane Sandy takes down HuffPo, Gawker websites
World

Hurricane Sandy takes down HuffPo, Gawker websites

Sandy, one of the biggest storms ever to hit eastern United States, flooded servers of Datagram Inc in New York City, bringing down several media websites it hosts, including Huffington Post and Gawker.

Hurricane Sandy takes down HuffPo, Gawker websites
News & Analysis

Hurricane Sandy takes down HuffPo, Gawker websites

Sandy, one of the biggest storms ever to hit eastern United States, flooded servers of Datagram Inc in New York City, bringing down several media websites it hosts, including Huffington Post and Gawker.

What death of Newsweek print means for Economist and Time
Life

What death of Newsweek print means for Economist and Time

In the near future, India Today, Outlook and Week, will have no option but to scale down print circulation.

'Calorie for calorie, it’s easier to lose weight by dieting than by exercise'
Life

'Calorie for calorie, it’s easier to lose weight by dieting than by exercise'

A recent study revealed that one is more likely to lose weight by dieting than by exercise.

London drama: Man threatens to blow himself up in office
World

London drama: Man threatens to blow himself up in office

The police are negotiating with a man who walked into an office with four canisters strapped to himself and threatened to blow himself up.