December 1, 2012 · 0 Comments
By Joe Pompeo: Since New York Times Company chief executive Janet Robinson was fired at the end of 2011, there has been lots of reporting and ...
By Jason Deans: The proprietor of the New York Times has reassured staff unsettled by the Jimmy Savile sex abuse scandal that Mark Thompson, the formerBBC director general and incoming ...
By Edmund Lee: The New York Times Co. (NYT) tumbled the most in at least three decades after reporting a surprise loss on falling advertising sales, adding to the challenges for incoming Chief Executive Officer Mark Thompson.
By Michael Wolff: In Punch Sulzberger, the Times had a proprietor with the good sense to leave well alone. If only his son had such wisdom.
By Michael Wolff: The BBC director general can't expect much power at the New York Times. Better yet, he won't have much responsibility either.
By Jon Friedman: Late on Dec. 15, the New York Times Co. announced that Chief Executive Officer Janet Robinson would exit.
By Marie Burns: Arthur Sulzberger, Jr. runs the New York Times editorial pages. The Times is still a family-run paper, and though several other family members are on the board of ...
By Joe Hagan: Who slew Times CEO Janet Robinson? Was it Arthur Sulzberger’s new lady friend? The advertising market? The frustrated web guru? Or the ambitious Sulzberger cousin?
By Kat Stoeffel: While newsroom angst and stockholder discontent fester, Arthur Sulzberger, Jr., takes a hike.
By Adam Clark Estes: New York Times employees are getting visibly restless as their CEO-less company struggles to chart its course through 2012, amid declining profits and ...Next Page »