Media's new kids on the block are giving the old-school giants a run for their money. Vice Media, for instance, is valued at more than $2.5 billion. Compare that to the $2.1 billion valuation of the New York Times. Combining journalism and tech, companies like Vice, Vox Media, and BuzzFeed have investors and job-seekers jumping at the chance to be a part of a burgeoning industry. Bloomberg View's innovation columnist Katie Benner and Quartz economics reporter Tim Fernholz tell host WNYC's Charlie Herman why Silicon Valley investors are seeing green in media again.
And in this week's "In the Office" segment, we take on aggressive, nit-picky bosses. Muriel Maignan Wilkins, an executive coach and author of the Harvard Business Review article, "Signs That You're a Micromanager," shares tips on how to deal with office sticklers — and how to avoid becoming one.