Hulk Hogan Biopic Won't Include 'I Am Racist' Rant
The upcoming Hulk Hogan biopic won't include his use of the n-word or the recording in which Terry Bollea states, "I am racist."
Can Gawker Rise From the Dead?
Former employees are looking to reboot the legendary gossip blog. Can it succeed?
Netflix Movie Examines the Rise and Fall of Gawker
Hulk Hogan, Peter Thiel and the sex tape that brought down the gossip site are part of a larger story about freedom of the press.
Joe Francis's Secret War Against Gawker
Grudges gone wild.
Univision to Buy Gawker for $135 Million
Univision outbid Ziff Davis, which had made an initial offer of $90 million for Gawker.
Gawker Media Files for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy
The embattled company is reeling from Hulk Hogan's $100 million lawsuit.
Thiel vs. Omidyar: Silicon Valley's Slugfest
Billionaire Peter Thiel is backing lawsuits against Gawker Media, which is being supported by billionaire Pierre Omidyar's First Look Media.
Inside the 'Outings' of Peter Thiel
Why the Silicon Valley billionaire helped Hulk Hogan sue Gawker.
Hulk Hogan vs. Gawker Media Trial Begins
The former professional wrestler faces off with new-media giant Gawker this week in a sex tape trial.
Nick Denton's Move to Sell a Minority Stake in Gawker
Gawker just secured its first ever outside investment. That's a pretty big reversal.
Tabloid News Site Ratter Is Shutting Down Indefinitely
The site, which fired its entire editorial staff in May, is taking "a little break"—possibly for good.
Gawker Lays Off Several Staffers, Refocuses on Politics
The new Gawker is here, and it's all about politics.
Gawker Apologizes for Book-Review Conflict of Interest
Greg Grandin admonished The New York Times Book Review for a conflict of interest—but Grandin had a book-review-related conflict of interest of his own.
'We Need Some Limits': A Brief Q&A With Nick Denton
Nick Denton confronts Gawker's identity crisis.
How to Rage-Quit Your Prestigious Media Job
So You Think You Can Bounce: Our guide to getting the best out of your very-public resignation.
Gawker to Unionize
Gawker is set to become the first all-digital media company to see its workers organize in a union, a move that may have ripple effects.
Mass Resignations on The New Republic's Masthead
A sweeping editorial shake-up at the 100-year-old magazine has resulted in mass resignations, sentimental "eulogies" penned by former staffers and industrywide naval-gazing.