International Business Times media bias rating is Center.

The International Business Times is an online global business newspaper based in New York City, comprising 10 national editions and seven languages. The publication, sometimes called IBTimes or IBT, offers news, analysis and editorial commentary on business and business-related stories[2] It is ranked by Alexa as the sixth-most visited site among business newspapers.

Launched in 2005, IBTimes was created to provide news services to the international business community. It is a privately held company and still owned by its co-founders Etienne Uzac and Johnathan Davis. Its headquarters are in the former Newsweek offices in the Financial District of New York.

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