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Editor-in-Chief John Pallatto (since 2012)
Categories Computer magazines, Business magazines
Frequency Semimonthly
Circulation 225,000
First issue 1983
Company QuinStreet
Country  United States
Language English
Website .comeweek
ISSN 1530-6283

eWeek (stylized as eWEEK) is a technology and business magazine. QuinStreet now owns and operates eWeek as part of an Enterprise portfolio of organic media and digital marketing sites.


eWeek has a stated mission to provide technology decision-makers with a mix of breaking news, analysis, trends, and reviews to help them make educated IT buying decisions. The site focuses on cloud computing, mobile technology, data center and infrastructure, security and enterprise applications, as well as IT careers and leadership information.

According to a 2010 survey released by eWeek, their audience is actively involved in buying enterprise technology. It is primarily composed of IT professionals and managers, along with some corporate and line-of-business decision-makers involved in the IT purchasing process.

In 2012, Quinstreet purchased eWeek and several other properties from Ziff Davis.[1]


  1. ^ Callahan, Sean (2012-02-06). "QuinStreet acquires Ziff Davis Enterprise".  

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