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eWeek Then and Now


eWeek is 39 years old

Launched in: January 1, 1983
Developer(s): QuinStreet
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How eWeek looked like and how it is now:


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      eWeek Enterprise Newsweekly, stylized as eWEEK, formerly PCWeek, is a technology and business magazine, owned by Foster City, California marketing company QuinStreet.

      The print edition ceased in 2012, โ€œand eWeek became an all-digital publicationโ€), at which time Quinstreet acquired the magazine from Internet company Ziff Davis, along with Baseline.com, ChannelInsider.com, CIOInsight.com, and WebBuyersGuide.com.

      eWeek was started under the name PCWeek on Feb. 28, 1984. The magazine was called PCWeek until 2000,[1] during which time it covered the rise of business computing in America; as eWeek, it increased its online presence and covers more kinds of worldwide technologies.

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      eWeek is 39 years old. eWeek was founded in January 1, 1983 by QuinStreet.

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