In a recent interview, Julia Black, a former M&A banker and best-selling journalist, discussed her new book, Julia’s Business Insider. She is a tireless and relentless reporter who has pushed the White House to reveal the truth about corporate power and influence. Her latest book explores the world’s largest corporations. She previously worked for Esquire, Vox Media, Bon Appetit, and HarperCollins.
Following the article, Portnoy responded to Black’s accusations and published a video. In the video, Portnoy claimed that Insider reporter Julia Black is preparing to publish “another make-believe hit piece.” After receiving the email, Portnoy denied the accusations made against Black and shared screenshots of her article. But some people were unsure if Black was telling the truth or fabricating them.
The journalist has been accused of sexual assault by three women. She has denied the accusations and says the story is “fake news.” She has yet to explain how she came to have access to the stories and the texts she shared on her website. The lawsuit is ongoing, but it will likely be resolved in the coming weeks. Julia Black and Business Insider should not publish the story until she receives Brettler’s final decision.
Dave Portnoy was one of the men who had attacked Julia Black, and he is a reputed tormentor. However, the two women who have accused him of sexual assault have come forward to claim that their experiences were a result of their relationship with Portnoy. In fact, Dave Portnoy has denied all three accusations and has defended Julia Black. Whether they are true or not, Portnoy has a hidden agenda.
While the allegations are unfounded, the article does highlight a more troubling trend: business and media reporting. Julia Black has written for numerous publications, including the Wall Street Journal and The New York Times. But her most controversial story is one that has the potential to ruin her career. Business Insider, a publication aimed at exposing the inner workings of tech companies, has been critical of the claims made by Barstool Sports founder Dave Portnoy.
The allegations against Portnoy stem from an investigation by Business Insider’s Julia Black. In her reporting, the publication consulted with more than two dozen people, including eight current employees. Some of them alleged that Portnoy had sex with women without consent and even choked them. One of the women was even hospitalized with suicidal thoughts after having sex with Portnoy.