Time Warner Cable's fourth-quarter net income rose 5% thanks in part to cost-control efforts and higher revenue. The New York company, which is currently being pursued by smaller cable TV operator... To view the full story, click the title link.
This Sunday, Super Bowl viewers will bear witness to four minutes of Budweiser and Bud Light commercials. The New York Times business section has framed the Anheuser-Busch ad agenda as “back to basics,” but reports that “the companyShow More Summary
Yesterday the New York Times broke two stories about Uber. First, that the family of the six year old who was killed New Year’s Eve by Uber driver Syed Muzzafar is filing a wrongful death suit against the company, the first such suit in Uber’s history. Secondly, that Uber has told its drivers they will need to undergo new...
The New York Times has published a fascinating story about the successes and tribulations of Uber, the digital taxi company. To me, the really interesting part is the portrayal of the founder and CEO, Travis Kalanick. I don't want to overstate this, but Mr. Show More Summary
Coca-Cola and Nike are among the global companies that have acknowledged that climate change is a major threat to commerce and adapted their business practices as a result, the New York Times reports. Coke’s turning point came in 2004 when the beverage giant lost an operating contract in India due to water scarcity. After a […]
Photos of pigs were blackened out by a printing company in the Malaysian edition of the New York Times. The 'pig censorship' shocked many people in the Muslim-majority nation
"I miss the gilded cage. That's with a capital G and a capital C," Andre Leon Talley told the New York Times about Vogue, after finally settling into his new gig as the artistic director of Zappos Couture. The company is rebuilding its little-known couture site on ALT's larger-than-life-personality and stacked... More »
Is NewsCred a news company or an ad company or a software service? The answer is all three. That, along with its partnerships with names like the New York Times and P&G, is a big reason to take notice of the young company.
Printing company blacks out photos of pigs in International New York Times because "this is a Muslim country".
"A representative from the printing company based in Shah Alam told the Malay Mail Online in a telephone conversation that pictures of pigs are not allowed in a Muslim country like Malaysia."
You can start a company anywhere these days, but here is why it's important to never stay put. The New York Times profiles Boston native Richard Robinson today, a leader in China's Internet revolution who's made big bets on some of its...Show More Summary
It amazing what you can learn reading the New York Times. Andrew Ross Sorkin devoted his column today to the annual World Economic Forum held in Davos, Switzerland. He goes through a list of top executives of major companies and then...Show More Summary
Hackers penetrated the internal computer systems of the retailer Nieman Marcus to steal customer credit card information five months before the company learned of the breach, The New York Times revealed Thursday. The company revealed...Show More Summary
Tobias Frere-Jones says "treacherous" Jonathan Hoefler cheated him of his half of one of the world's most famous type foundries--a company that has worked for everyone from Nike to The New York Times. Hoefler & Frere-Jones--perhaps the...Show More Summary
Smartphone crime has become an epidemic. Especially in places like New York City where the crime rate went up for first time in twenty years thanks to thieves mugging people for their iPhones. As a response to the iPhone crimewave, … Read more ›
(Reuters) - Time Warner Inc will relocate its Manhattan corporate headquarters to the Hudson Yards development from Columbus Circle in a move to bring operations under one roof and cut costs, the company said on Thursday.
Utility FirstEnergy, one of the largest emitters of greenhouse gases in the US, has responded to shareholder demands and agreed to reduce its carbon emissions, the New York Times reports. The company — the eighth-biggest emitter of greenhouse gases in the US according to the Greenhouse 100 index — says it will study and report on […]
LOS ANGELES/NEW YORK (Reuters) - Known as "The King of Cable" after he built a small Denver cable company into the nation's largest system in the 1980s, John Malone aims to become the king of consolidation in the same industry once again.
Sometimes we get our ithms confused too. Here's a correction from the New York Times that made us laugh (via Justin Wolfers): An article on Thursday about a settlement between the asset management company BlackRock and the New York attorney...Show More Summary
Tech companies met with the White House again today in an effort to help shape surveillance reforms. Those from Yahoo, Twitter, Google, and Microsoft were present, according to the New York Times, for a meeting that precedes President Obama’s anticipated …