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Editors recruiting talent? How old-school media.

The challenge of hosting original and useful political analysis.

He inherited the newsroom position of co-founder Jim VandeHei, but not his power.

Forms a 50-50 partnership with Axel Springer.

Rick Berke cites disagreements over strategy for his unexpected departure after less than a year.

Highly watched acquisition continues hiring.

Correct, and Politico's Capital New York will need a big slice of that New York state lobbying-ad pie.

If you're a hot brand, let others call you that.

Fourth in a multi-part series Last month, Politico broke some news about itself. It was purchasing Capital New York, a website that covers politics, culture and media in its namesake city. When it came time to announce the decision, Executive Editor Jim VandeHei managed to find a certain morning show on the cable dial willing […]

Can Politico transfer its editorial-cum-business success to a publication that doesn't have access to Beltway money?

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