Press Release: ALC B2B Expands Size & Reaches New, Emerging Sectors
April 27, 2015

ALC B2B has completed an extensive update of its next generation Business Decision Makers database, which now totals nearly 24 million contacts at more than 4.5 million companies. In addition to an expansive increase in file size, ALC B2B presents deeper granularity with targeting data tied to hundreds of individual and firmographic attributes. With this release, ALC B2B also offers greater visibility into new and key industry sectors as well as executive and managerial functions of growing importance.

Press Release: ALC B2B Fills Bizo Void with “Real World” Data
April 10, 2015

PRINCETON, NJ - ALC, the leading privately held data targeting company, introducedALC B2B, a next generation audience for the business-to-business marketplace. The database will enable digital marketers to effectively reach America's business decision makers through digital display, mobile, social, video, email and direct mail.

ALM Announces Changes to Leadership Team
March 30, 2015

ALM announced two promotions today appointing former senior vice president and chief marketing officer Lenny Izzo to the role of president of legal media, while current chief content officer Molly Miller will take on the CMO position.

76 Ways to Make Money in Digital Media
September 9, 2014

A younger colleague recently asked me what online journalism was like in the 1990s (we started Slate in 1996). As I started to talk about it, I realized that the journalism itself hasn't changed that much-blah blah social media, blah blah interactives, blah blah longform-but what has changed is the money. There didn't used to be any. Now there's a lot.

As an exercise, I made myself two lists: all the sources of revenue I can remember for 1998 digital journalism and all the sources of revenue I can remember for 2014 digital journalism.

Reed Elsevier Said to Bid $197M for Terror Funds Monitor
September 8, 2014

Reed Elsevier Plc has offered 150 million euros ($197 million) for FircoSoft, a maker of software used by banks to weed out terrorist financing and names on sanctions watchlists, said a person familiar with the matter.

Reed, which publishes trade journals and owns the LexisNexis database, is in exclusive talks to buy the business from private-equity firm Keensight Capital, it said today. The acquisition would be its largest in three years, the person said, asking not to be named because the matter is private.

FircoSoft has more than 700 customers, including eight of the world's top 10

Reed Elsevier and Wolters Kluwer Swap Legal Shops
July 23, 2014

Wolters Kluwer Legal & Regulatory has signed an agreement to acquire legal business in Poland from Reed Elsevier, the parent company of LexisNexis Legal and Professional, and has agreed to sell Wolters Kluwer's Canadian legal publishing arm to Reed Elsevier, WKLR announced on July 22.

The acquisition of LexisNexis' legal business in Poland, which distributes digital content to Polish law firms, government entities and corporations, will strengthen Wolters Kluwer Legal & Regulatory's presence in the European legal information market and extend the company's digital information offerings in Poland, said WKLR in the press release.

LexisNexis Acquires Sheshunoff and A.S. Pratt
May 24, 2013

LexisNexis Legal & Professional, a leading provider of content and technology solutions, today announced that, together with Reed Elsevier Properties SA, it has acquired the acclaimed publishing brands and businesses of Sheshunoff and A.S. Pratt from the Thompson Media Group. Financial details of the transaction are not being disclosed.

RSuite 4 Delivers a Breakthrough in Content Management for Publishers
December 4, 2012

RSuite CMS, a content management system for publishers, today announced the latest version of its software, RSuite 4. Combining a superior user experience with proven and secure content management provides publishers with the ability to use the best of today's technologies to create, store, manage, transform, and deliver any content to any format.

Magazine disposals pay off for trade publisher Reed Elsevier
November 9, 2012

Publishing giant Reed Elsevier showed yesterday that a plan to dispose of most of its print operations is paying off, as it said all aspects of its business had grown in 2012.

The FTSE 100 firm got rid of Hollywood magazine Variety this year, and has sold other trade publications such as Publishers Weekly in a bid to hive off parts of the firm that rely on advertising. However, it is holding on to the successful New Scientist.