A New York City nonprofit children’s theater company is offering Crunch Pak sliced apple snacks on Times Square.
Alexa von Tobel is the leadership-award-winning, New York Times bestseller-writing, presidentially-recognized young entrepreneur who founded LearnVest. Her company is online financial planning service geared primarily at millennials,...Show More Summary
A story broke in last week’s New York Times about how various energy companies had formed a secretive alliance with a group of state attorneys general to oppose the EPA's Clean Power Plan.
HBO, a Time Warner company, is looking for an Ontologist in New York, NY. The post states, “HBO, NY is seeking an Ontology Engineer to provide primary support for the HBO Metadata Initiative metadata registry implementation. The Ontology...Show More Summary
Republican attorneys general have teamed up with energy companies to fight federal environmental regulation in what a New York Times investigation says is an "unprecedented, secretive alliance." Attorneys general in at least a dozen states are so cozy with energy firms and other big corporations that they do things like...
Vice celebrated its 20th anniversary on Friday night with a mini music festival in Brooklyn. The "mini Coachella," as the company's global general manager Hosi Simon described it to the New York Times, featured performances from Lil Wayne, Andrew W.K., Nicki Minaj, the Black Lips, members of Pussy Riot and more. Show More Summary
Transportation network companies like Lyft and Uber are making an impact on the United States livery market, particularly in cities where medallions are sold. The New York Times reports the price of medallions in cities such as New York,...Show More Summary
Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) will likely be defending itself from an unlikely star witness in upcoming trials, a report from The New York Times reveals. That “star witness” as the publication’s Brian X. Chen writes is the company’s late co-founder and visionary, Steve Jobs. Tomorrow, a case is set to begin in Oakland, California in which […]
Dec. 1 is New York Times’ employees’ deadline to apply for one of the 100 buyouts the company plans. Layoffs will follow if not enough people volunteer. Sports reporter Barry Bearak confirms to Poynter he’s applied for the buyout. I’ll add other names as I confirm them with the people involved, or if they post anything publicly. Show More Summary
Vox Media — publisher of Eater, Vox, The Verge, SBNation and more — is doing quite well. According to The New York Times, the company is now valued at $380 million, after closing a $46.5 million round of financing from investment firm General Atlantic. Vox Media’s CEO Jim Bankoff was obviously pleased. Show More Summary
The New York Times Company Former NPR executive Kinsey Wilson will become editor for innovation and strategy at The New York Times, the company announced Tuesday. Wilson, who is a trustee for Poynter, left NPR in October. At the Times...Show More Summary
Longtime CEO Bill Ruprecht is out at Sotheby's. The New York Times reports that his 14 year leadership of the company is coming to an end. It's not clear exactly when he will step down. The company's official release says Ruprecht "will...Show More Summary
The new Pizza Hut campaign doesn’t include full credits from AOR Deutsch LA. But the spots, which earned coverage in both Adweek and The New York Times this week, mark a change in direction for the newly rebranded company. First, a trip...Show More Summary
CULTURE OF CORRUPTION: Obamacare’s Insurance Cronyism. “The New York Times has finally caught on to the fact that the Affordable Care Act’s biggest winners are not individual Americans but huge insurance companies. A recent piece in the paper of record notes that insurance companies benefit from vast federal subsidies and the legal mandate that everyone […]
Back in September it was widely reported that Pabst Blue Ribbon would become a little less American after its parent company was purchased by a Russian beverage company. Only that was never actually the case. The New York Times DealBook reports that despite a press release announcing the deal, Russian brewer Oasis never had any part in buying Pabst Brewing … [More]
An investigation by The New York Times found that Rev. Al Sharpton owes more than $4.5 million in current state and federal taxes. The figure includes taxes from Sharpton's personal income as well as from his for-profit company, Raw Talent and Revals Communications. Show More Summary
Snoo via redditgifts Reddit CEO Yishan Wong has resigned from his position as the site seeks “grow up,” reports Mike Isaac at The New York Times. Ellen Pao, the company’s head of strategic partnerships, will serve as interim CEO as the...Show More Summary
The months-long standoff between Amazon and book publisher Hachette appears to have reached a ceasefire with the groups signing a multiyear contract. The New York Times reports that the companies resolved their differences, bringingShow More Summary
The feud has ended. As The New York Times reports, Amazon and Hachette have signed a fresh multi-year contract. Neither company
Last night, Deadline and the New York Times reported that Hasbro is in talks with DreamWorks Animation to acquire the company. In pre-market on Thursday, shares of DreamWorks were up as much as 20% following the news. In a report late...Show More Summary