Teens and Young Adult

Facebook Paying Users Teeny Tiny Amounts to Watch Ads (May 6, 2011):

Student Sues Amazon For Deleting His Homework (July 30, 2009): A student is suing Amazon for deleting his homework. His notes were made in his digital copy of 1984 and deleted when Amazon remotely erased the book.

Non-Profit Group Uses Social Networks to Help Teens Fight Depression (September 13, 2008):

Mom and Dad Still May Want to Be Your Facebook Friend (March 9, 2008):

Study Finds Young Adults Not Following the News (July 16, 2007):

Gaia Online: An Escape For Teens (April 23, 2007):

Hearst Magazines Buys eCrush.com (January 9, 2007):

Teens Seek Social Networks With Less Rules (January 2, 2007):

Wal-Mart Shutters Lame Social Network (October 4, 2006):

MySpace: A Magazine for Friends? (September 5, 2006):

Angela Simmons Launching Teen Magazine (September 1, 2006):

Most Kids Don't Visit MySpace.com for the Blogs (February 22, 2006):

Concerns Over Teen Blogging Continue (November 25, 2005):

Study Finds That 20% of Teens Blog (November 2, 2005):

Black Enterprise Announces the Publication of Teenpreneur (October 4, 2002):

Conde Nast to Launch Teen Vogue in Spring 2003 (June 7, 2002):

Busy Teens Want More Time to Read (October 10, 2000):

Teen Vogue to Debut (September 25, 2000):

Sweet16.com Intermedia Launches Teen Website (July 31, 2000):

Blair Witch Teen Book Series Announced (June 23, 2000):

H&S Media Launches Hot Magazine For Pre-Teen Girls (June 20, 2000):

Clique, Attic Futura and North South Publishing to Launch Teen Site (March 17, 2000):

Alloy.com Announces Cross Promotion of New Teen Book Series (December 13, 1999):

EverythingTeen.com Launches Teen ISP and Portal Community (November 12, 1999):

JCPenney Magazine Aimed at the Teenage Market Makes Its Debut (August 13, 1999):