The New York Times is planning new lower-priced digital subscriptions for certain types of digital content. Executives provided some -- but not many details on the company's earnings call.
The New York Times Company is planning to introduce several new products and initiatives at the end of this year and early next, including a lower-priced option for digital subscribers, the company announced on Thursday. The Times Co. Show More Summary
The New York Times's latest quarterly earnings TK estimates but reflect the company's ongoing challenge to grow its digital operations faster than its legacy business shrinks.
How much do ombudsman matter? Well, that’s debatable. We do know that ESPN — a company that needs plenty of monitoring — just hired a good one, in Robert Lipsyte. Lipsyte has written many books, was a veteran of the New York Times, and won an Emmy for his work at PBS. Show More Summary
The New York Times reports today on a petition asking the SEC to require public companies to disclose their political donations. Needless to day, business lobbying groups are unamused: Earlier this month, the leaders of three of Washington’s most powerful trade associations — the U.S. Show More Summary
Meet three small companies doing their best to solve some of the publishing industry's biggest problems. Tina Brown thinks print media is dead. Warren Buffett thinks newspapers will surprise everyone. The New York Times is hedging its bets. Show More Summary
In the Fall of 2010 we helped spin Shapeways out of Philipps. At the time, the founders made a gutsy choice: relocating the company headquarters to New York City. They arrived here in a cold December with their families and...
On Sunday, a front-page story in The New York Times described the efforts of Charles and David Koch, "the billionaire industrialists and supporters of libertarian causes," to buy the Tribune Company newspapers. Tribune holdings include the Los Angeles Times, the Chicago Tribune, and the South Florida Sun-Sentinel. The Times story revealed two important developments about...
A week after The Boston Globe set traffic records and began tirelessly chronicling the aftermath of the Boston bombings, The New York Times, the company that owns but is trying to sell the Globe, thanked it. “You guys were on the case...Show More Summary
As you read this New York Times story about the Koch Brothers apparent interest in making a serious bid for the Tribune Company (publishers of eight local newspapers including the Los Angeles Times and Chicago Tribune,) ask yourself how outlets like Politico would deal with such a thing. Show More Summary
The New York Times reported over the weekend that the Koch brothers are eyeing Tribune’s eight newspapers and that “the thinking inside the Tribune Company … is that Koch Industries could prove the most appealing buyer.” What do the company’s journalists think of that? Here’s a view from the Chicago Tribune newsroom: I haven’t been … Read More
ByRobinson Roacho: The S&P 500 has seen all-time high levels in the first quarter of 2013. However, most newspaper-related stocks have outperformed the markets. The New York Times Company (NYT) is the only stock who has underperformed the market by rallying a modest 4%. Show More Summary
By Richard K. Barry The New York Times is reporting that the Koch brothers, financial backers of various right-wing causes, may be interested in buying a group of newspapers owned by the Tribune Company. Tribune came out of bankruptcy on Dec. Show More Summary
The bankrupt Tribune Company has put its bundle of eight huge newspapers on the block. One of the expected bidders for these papers, Amy Chozick of the New York Times reports, is Koch Industries, the massive energy and manufacturing conglomerate owned by the conservative billionaires David and Charles Koch. Show More Summary
Charles and David Koch, the billionaire industrialists and supporters of libertarian causes, "have mostly avoided media investments," the New York Times reports. Now, Koch Industries "is exploring a bid to buy the Tribune Company's eight regional newspapers, including The Los Angeles Times, The Chicago Tribune, The Baltimore Sun, The Orlando Sentinel and The Hartford Courant."
At Discovery Times Square, New York, Odyssey Marine Exploration will show silver recovered from the 'SS Gairsoppa' shipwreck. The company's multi-media traveling exhibit,
AP Photo/Charles Krupa T he Boston Globe has been through a tough year, or ten. The New York Times Company announced in February that it is putting the Globe up for sale. By shedding the New England Media Group from its holdings—which...Show More Summary
New York City is home to over 100 event venues. In Manhattan alone there is 1.1 million square feet of event space, according to NYC & Company, the city's tourism arm. The 16 square blocks around Times Square host 315,700 square feet of event space. Show More Summary
New York Times, Room for Debate: Global Tax Dodge or Economic Boon?: The recent disclosure by a journalistic consortium of 2.5 million leaked files from offshore bank accounts and shell companies provided stunning insight into the estimated $21 trillion held in secretive offshore tax havens, like the Cayman Islands. Are...
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