Henry Blodget’s Big Plans For Business Insider

Henry Blodget spent the past eight years transforming Business Insider from a scrappy three-man show into a new-media heavyweight that has come to represent the potential for journalism startups in the digital age.

He will spend the next five trying to make it a global financial-news powerhouse with a subscription component, regional editions throughout Europe and Asia, a headcount that could top 1,300 by the end of 2020, and maybe even a television presence.

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