It’s been a busy few weeks for The Verge, with news of a massive copyright lawsuit against a major website (it’s currently under investigation) and the news that Amazon has been caught using bots to sell ad space on its website.
But one of the most interesting developments of the week comes from a new blog post by one of our favorite internet sleuths.
And it comes from one of his favorite websites, BuzzFeed.
The Verge’s Jason Snell published a piece this week called “What if The Verge wasn’t the world news site it is today?”
The piece takes a look at BuzzFeed’s business model, and its role in shaping the news cycle and ultimately shaping the internet.
Snell notes that BuzzFeed has been making money off its site, and that some of the site’s most valuable content is also found on the site.
But he also points out that BuzzFeed is a small business.
The site’s revenue comes from advertisements, sponsored links, and paid subscriptions.
It has also paid out in the past to media companies like The Verge and The Wall Street Journal for articles and pieces they wrote about BuzzFeed.
BuzzFeed has also earned revenue from its ability to reach a large audience through sponsored content.
The Verge’s content is shared across multiple platforms and platforms, from Facebook to Reddit to the popular social network Twitter.
The company’s revenue from advertising, however, is largely in the form of paid subscriptions that allow users to pay $2 a month for the ability to post and share content with the Verge’s writers.
BuzzFeed isn’t the only media company to make money off of BuzzFeed’s content.
On Wednesday, Google and Yahoo announced a partnership that will let advertisers target their content on the platform to reach their targeted audiences.
BuzzFeed also has a big deal in the works for its advertisers.
It’s working on an ad network that will allow it to make payments to its writers, which it hopes will make the site more profitable.
But, of course, it’s also working on a paywall, and this will likely come into play when the paywall is rolled out to other publishers.
The BuzzFeed article in question focuses on the fact that the Verge has become a major media company in its own right, thanks to BuzzFeed’s work in shaping its content.
In other words, the company has become the most important news source for everyone in the world.
But while The Verge is still in the news, the article points out how BuzzFeed has become one of a handful of media companies that have benefited from an ongoing war between the Trump administration and the media.
BuzzFeed’s relationship with the Trump White House has been strained over the past year.
The president has tried to undermine the company’s journalism and the ability of news outlets to publish critical content.
He has also accused the company of bias, claiming the company was biased in its coverage of the election.
BuzzFeed claims that the president is correct about one thing, though: The Verge itself is biased.
The Trump administration has sued BuzzFeed, accusing the publication of violating the Espionage Act, and BuzzFeed has sued the Trump team in a bid to get the lawsuit dismissed.
But BuzzFeed has faced an uphill battle, with the Justice Department trying to block its access to documents from the Trump Administration.