Another update, as I was reminded of something (affects #4)
1. Less respectful of something like Alan Moore's wishes to have no more Watchmen; but as I understand it, a better policy for creators on reprints and other media
2. More inclined to reboots and massive continuity changes
3. Sticks to single-issues per month
4. More $2.99 books; $3.99 books have additional print content; higher prices for digital combo packs.
5. Fewer female creators
6. Experiments with war, horror, western, sword-and-sorcery books
7. Bad at movies; good at direct-to-video animation
8. Keep their schedule pretty tight - books generally out the month they are supposed to (and almost always the correct week).
9. Editorial appears to make a lot of changes to writers' stories
1. Does less to keep older creators happy
2. Keeps their continuity changes minor and covert
3. Uses double-shipping
4. More $3.99 books without additional print content but generally with free digital download and sometimes with AR content.
5. More female creators
6. Sticks more to just super-hero books
7. Good at movies; not much for direct-to-video animation
8. More flexible schedules - books can run late.
9. Writers appear to be given more freedom from editorial direction