Politico

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    Politico (also known as The Politico) is a political journalism company covering politics and policy in the United States and internationally. It distributes content through its website, television, printed newspapers, radio, and podcasts.
    TypePrivate
    Founded2007
    HQArlington, VA, US
    Websitepolitico.com
    Employee Ratings3.1
    Overall CultureB

    Latest Updates

    Employees (est.) (Feb 2021)928(+4%)
    Cybersecurity ratingBMore

    Key People/Management at Politico

    Robert L. Allbritton

    Robert L. Allbritton

    Publisher and Executive Chairman
    Matthew Kaminski

    Matthew Kaminski

    Editor-In-Chief
    Erin Aulov

    Erin Aulov

    Art Director
    Brad Dayspring

    Brad Dayspring

    Vice President, Marketing & Communications
    Cally Stolbach Baute

    Cally Stolbach Baute

    Vice President, GM of Audience Solutions
    John F. Harris

    John F. Harris

    Founding Editor
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    Politico Office Locations

    Politico has an office in Arlington
    Arlington, VA, US (HQ)
    1000 Wilson Blvd #2100
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    Politico Financials and Metrics

    Summary Metrics

    Founding Date

    2007
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    Politico Operating Metrics

    Politico's Unique Visitors was reported to be 27.4 m in Jul, 2016.
    Jan, 2014Jul, 2014Jan, 2015Jul, 2015Jan, 2016Jul, 2016

    Unique Visitors

    11.70 m9.90 m654.10 k455 k17.50 m27.40 m
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    Politico Cybersecurity Score

    Cybersecurity ratingPremium dataset

    B

    88/100

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    Politico Online and Social Media Presence

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    Politico Company Culture

    • Overall Culture

      B

      78/100

    • CEO Rating

      A

      80/100

    • Compensation

      A+

      100/100

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    Politico News and Updates

    Biden Press Aide Suspended After Threatening, Disparaging Politico Reporter

    TJ Ducklo reportedly told Tara Palmeri “I will destroy you," and made sexist remarks to stop her reporting on him.

    Some senators oppose the direct payment part of Biden's stimulus plan because they think it gives too much money to the wealthy, Politico report says

    Summary List PlacementSome senators are pushing back on President Joe Biden's $1.9 trillion economic rescue package because it provides too much money to wealthy Americans, according to a report from Politico.  A bipartisan group of senators, led by Republican Sen. Susan Collins of Maine and Democ…

    Biden team cancels weekend inauguration walk-through over security concerns: Politico

    President-elect Joe Biden and his team have canceled a planned rehearsal on Sunday for Wednesday's inauguration because of security concerns, Politico is reporting late Thursday. FBI Director Christopher Wray said Thursday that the bureau was monitoring an "extensive amount of concerning online chat…

    Politico Newsroom Outraged After Ben Shapiro Guest-Edits ‘Playbook’ Column

    Staffers are confused why the outlet let a pundit with a history of "incendiary commentary" write its newsletter.

    Ryan Lizza, Rachael Bade among authors being tapped for new Politico Playbook

    Politico sources tell Axios that Ryan Lizza, Politico's chief Washington correspondent, and Rachael Bade, now of the Washington Post but formerly of Politico, will join the Politico Playbook franchise in 2021, and the company plans to add several other high-profile names to the roster in the coming …

    Politico stars plan competitor to Playbook franchise they helped build

    Three of Politico’s biggest reporting stars plan to launch a competitor to the company’s Politico Playbook franchise, sources tell me. Why it matters:  Jake Sherman, Anna Palmer and John Bresnahan will launch a daily newsletter in 2021 as a stand-alone company, the sources say. In effect, they will …
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    Politico Blogs

    Bloomberg’s 2020 aides got an unwelcome surprise in their tax forms

    Housing payments inflated the incomes they earned. Now, former staffers are worried they’ll lose out on unemployment, health care subsidies and stimulus money.

    Supreme Court won't hear GOP's Pennsylvania election challenge

    The justices offered no public explanation for their rejection of the cases, but one member of the court dissented.

    Rep. Scalise: Don't pinpoint blame on Trump

    The member of House Republican leadership also said some Americans' concerns about the 2020 election could transfer over to the next election.

    Lawyer who brought election suit referred for possible discipline

    D.C. judge says a case filed by Erick Kaardal was deeply flawed and appeared to amount to "political grandstanding."

    Georgia prosecutor opens investigation into Trump’s call to ‘find’ ballots

    A letter to top Georgia government officials asked them to preserve records related to the administration of the 2020 election.

    Georgia secretary of state's office investigates Trump phone call asking to 'find' more votes

    The president contacted Brad Raffensperger on Jan. 2.
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    Politico Frequently Asked Questions

    • When was Politico founded?

      Politico was founded in 2007.

    • Who are Politico key executives?

      Politico's key executives are Robert L. Allbritton, Matthew Kaminski and Erin Aulov.

    • How many employees does Politico have?

      Politico has 928 employees.

    • Who are Politico competitors?

      Competitors of Politico include The Week, Axel Springer and RCS MediaGroup.

    • Where is Politico headquarters?

      Politico headquarters is located at 1000 Wilson Blvd #2100, Arlington.

    • Where are Politico offices?

      Politico has an office in Arlington.

    • How many offices does Politico have?

      Politico has 1 office.