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Martha Stewart Company Sells Low: “The Brand Has Lost Its Soul”

Legal woes and an inability to translate to the digital age left Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia, once valued at $2 billion, selling for $353 million.

Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia to Be Acquired for About $350 Million

The lifestyle media company has struggled in recent years, with a turnaround specialist CEO focusing on making it profitable over the past year and a half.

Martha Stewart Living Third-Quarter Loss Widens on Impairment Charge

The company narrowed its broadcasting unit loss but took a charge tied to the Emeril Lagasse trademark and merchandise unit goodwill

Martha Stewart Living CEO: Company’s Best Years Are Still Ahead

Turnaround expert Dan Dienst, a former metals executive, on his second earnings call says his team has done away with "cumbersome internal hierarchies" to make the firm a "hungry, efficient machine."

Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia Names Daniel Dienst CEO

The turnaround specialist with a background in the metals industry will be charged with ensuring that "we are able to deliver on our strategy for renewed growth," founder Stewart says.

Veteran Exec Charles Koppelman on his Return to the Music Biz, Artists as Fashion Brands (Q&A)

Now co-managing country star Clay Walker, the former CEO of Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia and Steve Madden Ltd. also expounds on running a company whose namesake is in prison. "These things happen," he tells THR.

Martha Stewart Living Narrows Second-Quarter Loss

Broadcasting unit revenue was down in the period, but operating profit rose after it ended live TV productions.

Martha Stewart Agrees to Pay Cut as Namesake Company Eyes Profitability

To return Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia to profitability, the homemaking icon's direct company payouts are reduced by $500,000 as part of employment contract changes.

Martha Stewart Living’s Broadcasting Unit Swings to First-Quarter Profit

Revenue in the division fell sharply though without "The Martha Stewart Show," which ended its run last year.

Martha Stewart Living Fourth-Quarter Earnings Decline

The year-ago result had been boosted by the sale of a stake in WeddingWire, but broadcasting revenue in the latest period continued to drop.

Martha Stewart Living Reports Weaker Third-Quarter Financials

The lifestyle media company's broadcasting unit posts a revenue drop, but swings to a small operating profit.

Martha Stewart, Emeril Lagasse and HSN Sued for Selling Allegedly Phony German Knives

UPDATED: Wüsthof knives clarifies that they are not the makers of the allegedly fake Legasse knives bearing the Solingen trademark.