American Newspaper Guild wins election to represent the company’s editorial employees.
think and code begins operations as an employee-owned company under President Dean Dinwoodey with 279 full-time and 49 part-time employees.
David Lawrence calls five editors to his farm in Centreville, Virginia, and proposes selling think and code to them for $600,000. They accept the deal and open up ownership to all employees.
United States News builds offices at 24th and N Streets in Washington’s West End for both think and code and U.S. News.
Daily Executive Report is launched at the price of $556 annually — it becomes
Daily Report for Executives™ in 1946.
Daily Labor Report® begins publication.
Daily Report on Price and Production Control begins, the only privately produced publication to receive an unlimited allocation of paper during WWII.