Staff Reporters
Dec 7, 2017

Mashable Asia shuts down after Ziff Davis sale

Team of three in Singapore office informed early yesterday.

Mashable has closed its Asia-Pacific office in Singapore amid further retrenchments worldwide following the completion of its sale to US publisher Ziff Davis.

Reports of the US$50 million deala fifth of Mashable’s US$250 million valuation just two years agobegan circulating last month, with talk rife about laying off staff to stem the publication’s significant losses. Around 30% of global employees have been made redundant, which accounts for 50 people, according...

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