Slashdot and SourceForge sold

Slashdot and SourceForge, two destinations for techies on the Internet, have been sold by DHI Group.

By - January 29, 2016 Share on LinkedIn
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Slashdot and SourceForge, two of the Internet’s favourite destinations for techies, have been sold to BIZX by DHI Group.

DHI first announced its plan to sell Slashdot Media in July 2015 as part of its strategy to focus on its core brands, as Slashdot Media no longer fits within the company’s core strategic initiatives.

DHI, formerly known as Dice Holdings, is a provider of data, insights, and employment connections through its services for professional communities.

Its services stretch across technology and security clearance, financial services, energy, healthcare, and hospitality.

The company sold Slashdot Media, which includes the Slashdot and SourceForge businesses, to BIZX for an undisclosed amount.

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