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Jeff Bezos Buys The Washington Post
Jeff Bezos has purchased The Washington Post for $250 million. (August 5, 2013)

Washington Post Reportedly Planning Paywall for 2013
The Wall Street Journal is reporting that The Washington Post is planning on implementing a metered paywall next year. (December 8, 2012)

Washington Post Launches Personal News Aggregator Called Trove
The Washington Post Company has launched a news aggregator site called Trove. (May 7, 2011)

Washington Post Co. to Sell Newsweek
The Washington Post Co. (May 5, 2010)

Washington Post, Baltimore Sun to Share Content
Mediaweek reports that the Washington Post and the Tribune Co. (December 27, 2008)

Profane Blogging Gets Washington Post Writer Fired
Washington Post journalist Michael Tunison was fired for blogging at Kissing Suzy Kolber, a humorous sports blog. (April 18, 2008)

Journalists and Compensation for Blogging
MarketWatch. (March 17, 2006)

Washington Post Blog Turns Off Comments
The Washington Post has temporarily turned off comments on its main weblog after receiving tons of critical comments and emails. (January 19, 2006)

Washington Post Company to Acquire Slate Magazine
The Washington Post Company is acquiring Slate, an online magazine, from Microsoft Corp. Jacob Weisberg will continue as editor. (January 3, 2005)

Washington Post Company to Acquire Slate Magazine
The Washington Post Company is acquiring Slate, an online magazine, from Microsoft Corp. Jacob Weisberg will continue as editor. (January 3, 2005)

Washington Post To Launch Free DC Commuter Newspaper
The Washington Post Company announced that it will launch Express, a new commuter newspaper, later this summer. (August 1, 2003)

Washingtonpost.com Now Requires Registration
Washingtonpost. (August 21, 2002)

Newsweek Interactive's Operations Join with Washington Post Co.'s New-Media Subsidiary
The Washington Post Company's new-media subsidiary Wednesday announced that it has taken responsibility for the operations of Newsweek Interactive, which publishes Newsweek Interactive on America Online (AOL). (June 4, 1998)

The Definitive Guide to Washington Living Debuts on Washingtonpost.com
In an insider's town, Style Live is the definitive "Insider's Guide to Going Out in Washington. (January 14, 1998)

Washington Post Company to Acquire Computer Publications From Reed Elsevier
The Washington Post Company announced it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire several leading computer industry trade publications and two trade shows from U. (December 16, 1997)