Bankrupt in 2008, Ziff Davis beat the odds with its digital turnaround

by Ricardo Bilton
Few turnarounds are as unlikely as the one Ziff Davis managed to pull off. The 88-year-old publisher of a stable of business-to-business and print titles struggled with the shift to the Internet, which upended the value position of its tech brands. There wasn’t much hope for the company, owner of PCMag, AskMen and IGN. It filed for bankruptcy protection in 2008.Read the full article