Lights Out for Gawker.com


Gawker Media owner Nick Denton on Thursday revealed that Gizmodo, Lifehacker, Kotaku, Jalopnik, Jezebel and Deadspin will continue with their current writers and other staff members following the company’s sale to Univision, but that neither he nor Gawker.com will be included in the transition. The Gawker sites will be joining The Onion, ClickHole and other Web properties in Fusion Media Group, Univision’s digital operation. Gawker Media earlier this week announced the deal to sell its properties to Univision for $135 million.

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Gawker Founder Sets Personal Bankruptcy Wheels in Motion


Gawker founder Nick Denton earlier this week said that he filed for personal bankruptcy protection after exhausting his appeals to stave off collection of damages resulting from a defamation and invasion of privacy lawsuit brought by professional wrestling icon Hulk Hogan. The filing followed a Florida court’s rejection of Denton’s appeal to block Hogan from collecting $140 million a jury awarded to him earlier this year. The case stemmed from Gawker’s publication of a tape of Hogan having sex with the wife of his friend.

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Swatch CEO calls Apple Watch an 'interesting toy,' voices privacy concerns

Nick Hayek, chief executive of Swiss watch behemoth Swatch, called the Apple Watch an ‘interesting toy’ and expressed concern over the privacy of health and fitness data collected by modern smartwatches as his company gears up to launch its own wearable later this year.

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