Hearst Spins Off Bill-Paying Service

The Hearst Corporation has launched the beta version of Manilla, a free personal account management system. George Kliavkoff has been named CEO of the service that allows consumers to securely link bank accounts, view statements, pay bills and manage subscriptions through one account. Continue reading at 'Folio Magazine'

[ Folio Magazine | 2011-03-10 00:00:00 UTC ]
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Hearst Promises Journalists at Its Newspapers No Furloughs, No Pay Cuts

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Hearst Acquires Aviation Service CAMP

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Her Last Tomorrow, Adam Croft’s latest DIY thriller, lifted his bedroom business into the sales stratosphere. He talks about paying off his mortgage in weeks and why he’s fine with publishers being ‘sniffy’“Could you murder your wife to save your daughter?” That’s the hook for a novel that has... Continue reading at The Guardian

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Facebook Live video service sees company paying news publishers

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London Book Fair 2014: Making Digital Pay at Cenveo Publisher Services

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Hearst Hails the Age of the Tablet, Says Readers are Willing to Pay More for Tablet Editions

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Hearst pays €651m for Lagardère magazine business

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HarperCollins Wants Libraries to Pay (and Pay...and Pay...) for e-Books

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Condé Nast pays interns $5.8m to settle low-pay lawsuit

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William Randolph Hearst III Named Hearst Corp. Board Chairman

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HarperCollins releases its first ethnicity pay gap report

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