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Voices That Need to be Heard in Debate Over Career Colleges

Last month, The New York Times ran a front-page article about how some of the largest publicly traded for-profit higher education companies are loading financially needy students up with unmanageable levels of debt for programs thatShow More Summary

8 Weirdest Porn Genres: Think You Can't Be Shocked?

There really is something for everyone. PornHub is the 75th most popular website in the world, according to Internet analytics company Alexa. The porn site outranks the New York Times, HBO and the Weather Channel in the amount of eyeballs...Show More Summary

A Billionaire on the Run Falls For the Wrong Guy in This Pulse-Pounding Romance Novel

In New York Times bestselling author Cherry Adair's Blush, Amelia Wentworth is in trouble: she didn't become the powerful CEO of a multibillion cosmetics company without stepping on a few toes in her six-inch heels, and now someone is after her and won't stop until she's six feet under. Show More Summary

Account Executive - New York, NY

Company: Gameloft Location: New York, New York Industry: Advertising - Sales Career Level: Early Career (1+ yrs experience) Minimum Education: Bachelor's Job Status: Full Time

Assistant Media Marketing Manager - New York, NY

Company: The Ad Council Location: New York, New York Industry: Advertising - Other Career Level: Early Career (1+ yrs experience) Job Status: Full Time Salary Range: $75,000 - $85,000

AT&T ordered to pay a $25 million fine after its customer service reps stole 300,000 Social Security numbers

The Federal Communications Commission has fined AT&T $25 million over a privacy breach at the company’s call centers, reports The New York Times. About 300,000 of the carrier’s customers had their names and Social Security numbers stolen and sold to third parties by employees in Mexico, Colombia and the Philippines. Show More Summary

Zynga founder Mark Pincus returns as the company's new CEO

Zynga founder Mark Pincus is returning as the company's new CEO, replacing Don Mattrick who he had recruited in 2013, The New York Times' Nick Wingfield and Mike Isaac report. Pincus told The Times that he did not fire Mattrick, and that the two agreed it was time for the founder to take back the CEO spot. Show More Summary

Bloomberg Business reveals Apple Watch features

2 months agoIndustries / Media : Media Wire

Bloomberg | Nieman Lab The New York Times will have one-sentence stories. The E.W. Scripps Company hinted the Apple Watch would be perfect for weather and traffic. And now Bloomberg has unveiled a fragment of its strategy for the forthcoming...Show More Summary

HP acknowledges it can’t compete ‘head to head’ with Amazon in the public cloud

Tech giant HP has officially concluded that it won’t be able to compete tit for tat with the giants of the cloud infrastructure market. The company is “ceding the public cloud,” New York Times deputy tech editor Quentin Hardy wrote in an article today. Bill Hilf, senior vice president of Helion product management at HP, […]

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Coral Davenport writes in the New York Times: Mr. Tribe, 73, has been retained to represent Peabody Energy, the nation’s largest coal company, in its legal quest to block an Environmental Protection Agency regulation that would cut carbon dioxide emissions from the nation’s coal-fired power plants... Show More Summary

Comcast Uses ‘Vast Network’ to Press for Time Warner Deal

The New York Times reports Comcast “has enlisted a vast network of allies” in its effort to convince federal regulators to approve the company’s $45 billion acquisition of Time Warner Cable–a “blitz” of letters and documents sent toShow More Summary

Lyons Motor Car LM2 missed the New York Auto Show

Lyons Motor Car didn't make it to the 2015 New York Auto Show to display the crazy LM2 Streamliner because the car wasn't ready in time. The company claims it will put the improbable supercar on display at some point during the event's public days. Show More Summary

Photos of Vintage Coca-Cola Signs, from New York City to Bangkok

On January 31, 1893, Coca-Cola became a registered trademark, launching what would come to be one of the most recognized brands in the world. Accroding to TIME, during the 1930s, the company had begun to set up bottling plants in other countries. Show More Summary

Marketing Positions (Several) - Wall Street, NY

Company: AFS-USA, Inc. Location: Wall Street, New York Industry: Not Specified Career Level: Mid Level Career (5+ yrs experience) Minimum Education: Bachelor's Job Status: Full Time Salary Range: Commensurate with Experience

Director of Search Marketing - New York, NY

Company: Greater Than One Location: New York, New York Industry: Advertising - Interactive/Digital Career Level: Senior Level Career (10+ yrs experience) Minimum Education: Bachelor's Job Status: Full Time Salary Range: Commensurate with Experience

The New York Times and Pinterest Have a Hidden Message for Developers

Want to separate the wheat from the chaff when hiring your companys next web developer? Try hiding the job posting in the code of your website. Web developer Troy Hunt was teaching a security workshop recently when one of his students noticed that Airbnb uses this approach. Show More Summary

The New York Times now has ‘One-Sentence Stories’ for your Apple Watch

2 months agoIndustries / Media : Media Wire

The New York Times Company On Tuesday, The New York Times Company announced a new feature for the Apple Watch, “One-Sentence Stories.” The Apple Watch will also get breaking news alerts with this app extension, which will be released...Show More Summary

NY Times to Share One-Sentence Articles on Apple Watch

2 months agoIndustries / Media : FishbowlNY

The Apple Watch is ugly and unnecessary, but at least it’s interesting to see how media companies are crafting new offerings to fit the device. The latest entry is from The New York Times, which is rolling out one-sentence articles as...Show More Summary

Think Like a Publisher: Best Practices in Brand Journalism

By adopting the practices of a publisher like the New York Times or Wall Street Journal, large and small companies can create useful content that builds trust with potential customers and deepens their relationship with existing customers. Here are five ways to think like a publisher.

Senior Media Planner - New York, NY

Company: iCrossing Location: New York, New York Industry: Not Specified Career Level: Early Career (1+ yrs experience) Minimum Education: Bachelor's Job Status: Full Time

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