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Time Inc. Buys Lifestyle Website Hello Giggles

'New Girl' star Zooey Deschanel co-founded the site, which features news and lifestyle stories aimed at young women.

Sports Illustrated Launches Digital Video Channel

Sports Illustrated Films has struck deals with Mandalay Sports Media and Velocity to produce original content under the new banner.

Time Inc. CEO Confident in “Return to Growth”

More than a year after the company's spinoff from Time Warner, Joe Ripp touts "our plan to fundamentally reengineer the business" and talks about rolling out paywalls.

Justin Timberlake’s 7 Best Moments in Film

On the 15th anniversary of *NSYNC's sophomore album 'No Strings Attached,' THR takes a look back at the pop star's transition from the stage to the screen.

Former Fox, Shine Executive to Lead Time Inc. Online Video Push

Emiliano Calemzuk and his new company, Rampante, will help the former Time Warner publishing unit create a video library

Time Inc. Swings to Quarterly Loss in First Report as Standalone Company

UPDATED: Time Warner spun off the magazine company, led by CEO Joseph Ripp, in June.

Time Inc. Launches 120 Sports Digital Network

Time Inc. has partnered with MLBAM, NHL, Silver Chalice and Campus Insiders on the digital venture.

Time Inc. to Relocate to Lower Manhattan

The publisher -- home to Time, People and Fortune -- had occupied the Time & Life building in Midtown since 1959.

Time Warner’s Looming Split: Why TV Holds the Key (Analysis)

The board of directors for soon-to-be spun-off Time Inc. reveals new aspirations to go Hollywood, as CEO Jeff Bewkes must keep the mothership — already 80 percent dependent on television — also in expansion mode.

Time Inc. to Lay Off 500 Employees in Restructuring (Reports)

The cuts began on Tuesday ahead of a planned spinoff from parent company Time Warner.

Time Inc. Eyeing Move to Downtown Manhattan

The magazine company, which Time Warner plans to spin off this year, could leave its longtime midtown location to take advantage of lower rents in the area of the new World Trade Center complex.

Time Inc. Editor-in-Chief Martha Nelson Exits

Bloomberg L.P.'s chief content officer, Norman Pearlstine, returns to the publishing company.