1960s-1970s | 1940s-1950s |
American Newspaper Guild wins election to represent the company’s editorial employees.
BNA begins operations as an employee-owned company under President Dean Dinwoodey with 279 full-time and 49 part-time employees.
David Lawrence calls five editors to his farm in Centreville, Virginia, and proposes selling BNA to them for $600,000. They accept the deal and open up ownership to all employees.
United States News builds offices at 24th and N Streets in Washington’s West End for both BNA and U.S. News.
Daily Executive Report is launched at the price of $556 annually – it becomes
Daily Report for Executives in 1946.
Daily Labor Report
Daily Report on Price and Production Control begins, the only privately produced publication to receive an unlimited allocation of paper during WWII.