Julia Black is a writer, best-selling journalist, and former M&A banker. Since the scandal broke, she’s become an unyielding voice in the press and pushed the White House for the truth. In her book, Julia Black examines the largest corporations around the world, from Apple to Google. As a reporter for ABC7 News, she has witnessed the horrors firsthand as she covered the story.
Barstool Sports founder Dave Portnoy recently filed a lawsuit against Julia Black and Business Insider, claiming that the two women’s articles were false. Portnoy has denied the allegations but has cited the “cancel culture” as an excuse for his actions. While Business Insider has been critical of Julia Black, it’s unclear if she will file a counter-suit.
Earlier this year, Portnoy posted a video on Twitter in response to the article. In it, he denied all the allegations against Black and said she was biased, despite the fact that she had seen many of the articles before publication. He also posted screenshots of the article in question, which he claimed was not fake news. The video prompted numerous people to express their opinions. They shared screenshots of the Insider article to support their claims.
A video posted on Twitter by a critic of Insider journalist Julia Black is stirring up controversy. The controversial video claims Black is “preparing to drop another make-believe hit piece.” The critic denies all the allegations made by Black, but suggests the journalist was biased because of her politics. After the video went viral, Black was forced to clarify her position. Here are some reactions to the video. Listed below are some of the most controversial comments she has received.
A former M&A banker, best-selling author, and tireless press activist, Julia Black has been a persistent voice in the news media and in the White House, battling for the truth. Her new book, Julia Black Business Insider: The Real Story Behind the Power of Money, examines the world’s largest corporations. Before joining the Insider team, Black worked for HarperCollins, Esquire, and Bon Appetit. She also writes for Off the Record.
In a previous article, Julia Black reported on an incident involving Barstool Sports founder Dave Portnoy. Portnoy defended his actions, and said he did not engage in consensual or violent sex. Portnoy responded by releasing an hour-long video debunking the accusations. In a subsequent blog post, Portnoy said that he did not violate his employees’ privacy, and cited “cancel-culture” as the reason for his actions.