Nick Denton is the founder of Gawker Media, a blogging network.
Nick Denton is publisher of Gawker Media, a group of gossipy weblog titles such as Jezebel, Lifehacker, Kotaku, Gawker, Gizmodo and Fleshbot. Nick was drawn to internet media in 1996, first writing on the subject for the Financial Times of London, and then founding two startups. First Tuesday, an internet-era events business with branches in 80 cities, was sold in 2000. Moreover Technologies, which provided news search to Fortune 500 companies and portals such as MSN, was sold in 2005 to Verisign. After graduating from Oxford University, Nick began his career as a foreign correspondent for the FT during the revolutions in eastern Europe. Later, while investment banking correspondent, he co-authored All That Glitters, an account of the collapse of Barings Bank.
Specialties:editorial management, marketing
|Aug 19, 2016||Bloomberg - Cool Goldman and Angry Whistleblowers|
|Aug 19, 2016||TechCrunch - Weekly Roundup: Uber’s venture into self-driving cars, Gawker acquired and NSA targeted by hackers|
|Aug 18, 2016||Business Journals - Take one last look: Gawker.com to close next week|
|Aug 18, 2016||Press Telegram - Gawker.com to shut down next week|
|Aug 18, 2016||Cranes New York - Tech - Gawker to shut down Monday|
|Aug 17, 2016||Cranes New York - Tech - Gawker sold to Univision in aftermath of Hulk Hogan case|
|Aug 16, 2016||Chicago Tribue - Gawker sold to Univision for $135 million|
|Aug 16, 2016||Houston Chronical - Gawker sold to Univision in aftermath of Hulk Hogan case|