The latest book by Julia Black, a former M&A banker turned journalist, explores the world’s largest corporations. Black is also a best-selling author and has been a constant voice in the press, putting the White House on the defensive and demanding the truth about what really happened in Orlando. Her book, “Black Money,” is the latest in a series of articles on the shady practices of some of the largest companies in the world.
Portnoy criticized the Insider reporter’s work in a video that she posted on Twitter. In the video, Portnoy alleged that Black was “preparing to drop yet another make-believe hit piece.” She also suggested that the journalist’s political affiliation was the reason for the story’s inaccurate portrayal of her employer. Portnoy did not file a lawsuit against Business Insider after the publication published her video.
The claims aren’t the only ones being made about Julia Black. Founder of Barstool Sports, Dave Portnoy, asked Black to write an article on his company. The Barstool founder has denied all of the accusations. In fact, he has criticised the magazine and its founder in the past. It’s not just the allegations about Barstool Sports that have prompted Portnoy to sue Julia Black, but the website itself as a whole.
Portnoy’s tweets were not the only response to the Insider article. Portnoy, who is suing Julia Black and business partner Henry Blodget, wrote in his Twitter account that “everything we did was consensual.” In his response to the Business Insider article, Portnoy tried to debunk other claims against him and shared more screenshots. The business insider article cited the article that said that Portnoy had possessed sexually explicit photos of the woman he had slept with.
As the best-selling author of a new book, Julia Black is the perfect candidate for the new job of Insider correspondent. She is well-versed in the world of corporate culture, having previously worked for Vox Media, Esquire, Bon Appetit, and HarperCollins. Black’s investigative journalism is a timely read, and she’s also a former M&A banker.
However, she has faced criticism for making false claims about the company’s founder. Her claims about Portnoy, a co-founder of Barstool Sports, were published by the online publication. She boasted of seeing stories ahead of time, and she subsequently published slabs of text online. Insider staff feared a mole had passed an early draft of the article on. However, Portnoy has denied the allegations.
Barstool Sports founder Dave Portnoy has sued Business Insider for publishing an article that he denied. Portnoy believes Black is preparing a second hit piece. He received a phone call from Business Insider lawyers about the article and was told that the website was working on another story about him. Interestingly, Portnoy wasn’t investigated by police after the first story was published.
Portnoy has been accused of sexual harassment in the article. Portnoy has denied the allegations and called the article “clickbait.” According to the Business Insider article, the Barstool Sports founder had sex with several young women, including a woman who worked with her at Barstool. Portnoy has denied the accusations and claimed the article was motivated by a “cancel culture.”