Mike Allen and Axios, Profiled in Buzzfeed

Over at Buzzfeed, Steven Perlberg profiles Mike Allen and Axios, the news organization he co-founded just a year ago: Axios has bigger ambitions than changing Washington’s news diet. Led by Allen’s fellow Politico alum Jim VandeHei, the company has a broad audience in mind: tens of millions of smart people who seek out quick news […]

Newley’s Notes 44: GrabTaxi —> Grab; Your Purpose in Life; ‘Gilmore Girls’; Taco Literacy

The latest edition of my email newsletter has gone out to subscribers. It’s pasted in below.   To get these weekly dispatches delivered to your inbox, sign up here. It’s free, it’s fun, it’s brief — and few people ever unsubscribe!   ————   Hi friends,    It’s earnings season, and various tech companies have […]

Not Sure What to Read in the ‘New Yorker’? Subscribe to this Email Newsletter

An email newsletter* I recently discovered and am loving: “The New Yorker Minute.” It’s a weekly rundown of the gems in each issue — and a guide to what you can skip. Each Wednesday, subscribers receive a summary of material in the week’s issue, broken down into sections like “read this,” “window-shop these,” and “skip […]

Newley’s Notes #4 Just Went Out to Subscribers

In this week’s edition: The Etsy IPO, Hillary’s emails, #WeaselPecker, dangerous fajitas and more. You can read it here. Be sure to sign up.

Subscribe to My New Email Newsletter, Newley’s Notes

Last Sunday I sent out the first edition of my new email newsletter*, called — you better believe it — Newley’s Notes. You can read that dispatch here. To be added to the list, enter your email address here. I’ll use the brief dispatch, probably sent every Sunday, to: Share links to my recently published […]

Some of My Favorite Email Newsletters

Last fall I began using email newsletters* to keep abreast of the day’s biggest business and economics stories. Since I’ve been spending a lot of time in class, mostly away from news sites, I’ve come to appreciate these daily email compilations. Here are a few I like: Reuters Counterparties. This “curated snapshot of the best […]