The problem with “pushy.”
The problem with “pushy.”
“In 2013, her last full year in the role, her total compensation package was more than 10% higher than that of her predecessor, Bill Keller, in his last full year as executive editor, which was 2010,” said Arthur Sulzberger Jr. in a memo to staff today.
This is exactly how Fox News’ Outnumbered is supposed to work.
“Our journalism advantage is shrinking,” a committee led by the publisher’s son warned. A call to get rid of the metaphor of “Church and State.”
The abrupt dismissal of the executive editor portends a bumpy road ahead for her successor, Dean Baquet, and the rest of the newsroom.
A dramatization of a real legal deposition from 2010. LOLOLOLOL.
After covering his standoff nonstop earlier this month. MSNBC’s coverage was the bizarro world opposite.
NYT Now is sleek and ambitious. But will anybody actually buy it?
The video intern was to get paid in school credit. The listing raised eyebrows after the newspaper’s editorial board criticized the practice, BuzzFeed noted Wednesday.
The newspaper posted an ad for a video intern who will get paid in school credit but criticized the practice in an editorial published Sunday.
Apple makes nearly half a million dollars for each of its 80,300 employees, by far the most of any company on the list.
Mia Farrow’s daughter Dylan Farrow published an open letter in the New York Times on Saturday in which she describes being sexually assaulted by Woody Allen. Updated — Feb. 2, 5:30 p.m ET: A spokesperson for Woody Allen called Farrow’s allegations “untrue and disgraceful.”
Bill Keller and his wife Emma anger cancer sufferers with online articles.
A demolition expert comes to New York. Sulzberger can stay, Chen tells BuzzFeed.
Jon Caramanica of The New York Times spoke to Miley Cyrus and asked her basically everything we’ve wanted to know. And Miley’s answers didn’t disappoint.
The New York Times, Washington Post, BBC and others asked the Syrian rebels to free an estimated 30 journalists being held in the country.
In 2011, Mormonism was called an “outsider faith.” Today, it’s more a part of the national conversation than it was before. What the “Mormon moment” means for the church a year after Romney.
The president uses an iPad to feed his “voracious” reading habit, former top advisers say. But he reads the New York Times in print.
20th Century Fox’s The Book Thief makes history.
Bit.ly, a website that allows users to shortens URLs, released an interactive map Thursday that shows in realtime which site are most popular in every state according to bit.ly links.
Joe Lhota says the fight over Obamacare “loses the forest for the trees.” Using congressional tea partiers as a foil in the race against Bill de Blasio.
Because Mario and Luigi are PLUMBERS (duh), and “Mansome” is not a documentary about Charles Manson.
“Putin saves the world,” a senior Russian lawmaker tweets.
The PR firm’s biggest Russia coup ever?
The newlyweds walked down the aisle to “2 Of Amerikaz Most Wanted” by Tupac. True romance.
Greenwald lifts the curtain on the scale of the leak — and says he and Poitras alone have access to the full cache.
La Vorgna gets results. Updates: The New York Times says the story was changed “to avoid repeating the same thoughts below in the story.”
“They write stories about the color of my pants,” Weiner said Monday. Weiner added that not caring about The New York Times “makes them nuts.”
“Beautiful day. Happy to have been here.”
“His proposal would allow federal employees and congressional staff to keep their coverage but would not allow members to exempt themselves.”