The company is laying off about 100 employees in the US and restructuring its advertising sales team. President Greg Coleman is moving into an advisory role, and there are editorial and business cuts in the UK.
Ivanka Trump called the story "a complete and total lie," while the Republican candidate's campaign is demanding an apology.
Dos hombres y una sudadera.
At a company meeting on Thursday, BuzzFeed's CEO told staff that unionization "isn't something I think would be great for the company."
Are websites going to be a thing of a past? And is that even a bad thing?
"He was such an important person," the Late Night host said during a BuzzFeed Brews event with CBS This Morning.
For the latest installment of BuzzFeed Brews with CBS This Morning streamed on Facebook, the Late Night host joins us LIVE from 8:15-9 p.m. ET.
Thanks to The Colbert Report for the hot post idea.
Excellent idea, Roy, but are you ready for the intensity of online journalism?
BuzzFeed founder Jonah Peretti, a HuffPo cofounder, recalls their brief partnership on the record for the first time. "At war with himself," but at least it paid for the remodeling of his kitchen.
Too insidery? Perhaps, but if you're curious about how BuzzFeed got its start, check out this interview with Jonah.
Expert panelists at ROFLcon try to make sense of Internet memes, and whether they actually, like, mean anything.
Remember how awesome choose your own adventure books were? Now you can do it on Twitter.