Since 1926, thousands of South Florida's most influential and successful people have made the Daily Business Review part of their daily routine. Although four generations have relied on the DBR for news and information, few know its history and corporate background.
First published as the Daily Record serving Dade County's legal community.
Consolidated with a second paper, publication renamed the Miami Review and Daily Record.
The Broward Review was started with offices in downtown Fort Lauderdale.
The Law Review founded as a twice-weekly publication in West Palm Beach.
American Lawyer Magazine founder Steven Brill bought the Miami, Broward and Palm Beach Reviews, along with six other newspapers. The Palm Beach Review acquired the Commercial Record and began publishing five days a week.
The Review newspapers changed their name to the Daily Business Review to reflect broadening of coverage to include business, real estate and law.
Time Warner Inc. becomes majority owner of American Lawyer Media.
The Daily Business Reviews were redesigned to appeal to a broader, more sophisticated audience of business people and professionals.
A partnership affiliated with the New York investment house Wasserstein Perella Group Inc. bought American Lawyer Media from Time Warner and then acquired National Law Publishing Co., owner of the National Law Journal.
Daily Business Review launched its redesigned and repackaged daily legal and business paper to appeal to the needs of its legal and business readers.
Daily Business Review introduced the Financial Review section each Wednesday and the Real Estate Review section each Friday.
Incisive Media, a global leader in specialized business news and information, buys ALM. Incisive Media publishes more than 100 print titles and some of the most recognized brands in the B2B arena including: “Investment Week,” “Professional Advisor,” “Legal Week,” and “Accountancy Age."
ALM, formerly the U.S. operating unit of Incisive Media, officially announced its new operating structure and name. The assets Incisive Media purchased through the acquisition of ALM in 2007 became a separately structured, independent company operating once again under the ALM brand.
The Daily Business Review's print edition is revamped and reorganized to provide more news, information and utility for law, real estate and finance professionals.
The Daily Business Review revamps its Web site, DailyBusinessReview.com, providing expanded and enhanced news, analysis and business information. The improved site design organizes information by content segments and offers access to a deep database of information and multimedia content, as well as improved navigation and expanded archive and search access. The DBR site also introduces Court Central, which provides links to a wide variety of vital information for litigators.