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More Layoffs at Time Inc.

The Time Inc. cuts that began with Sports Illustrated dropping all of its photographers aren’t over yet. The New York Post reports that the company has also axed All You’s editor and publisher and let go of at least six InStyle staffers. All You’s editor, Nina Willdorf, had been with the magazine since 2012. Show More Summary

Inside Wilson Football Factory with “The New York Times

“The New York Times” introduce us to the Wilson Football factory and its star craftswoman Jane Helser in this short film. 50 years manning the company’s tough sewing machine, Helser takes great pride in this American institution;… The post Inside Wilson Football Factory with “The New York Times” appeared first on Selectism.

Uber's first study on driver pay shows how New York fares

Uber's takeover of the New York taxi and livery market has been fast and furious. For the first time, the company on Thursday released a report about its drivers, showing how many there are in New... To view the full story, click the title link.

SpaceX Receives $1 Billion Investment from Google and Fidelity

by Angela Guess Quentin Hardy and Conor Dougherty of the New York Times report, “[Google] along with Fidelity, has invested $1 billion in Space Exploration Technologies (SpaceX), the private rocketry company founded by Elon Musk. The...Show More Summary

Booze Companies Release A New Slew of 'Healthy Cocktails'

Alcoholic drinks are getting a healthy facelift. The profusion of juice bars across the country is just one sign that consumers are looking for healthier options. Even when it comes to alcoholic drinks, says The New York Times. Kombrewcha,...Show More Summary

News organizations form coalition to test drones

Ten news organizations, including The New York Times and the Associated Press, formed a coalition with Virginia Tech to test unmanned aircraft systems, UAS, for news gathering, the media companies said in a joint statement Thursday. Continue reading ? The post News organizations form coalition to test drones appeared first on PBS NewsHour.

NYC beats affordable housing goals for 2014. Time to step it up, San Francisco

2 months agoTechnology : Pando Daily

San Francisco may have New York beat when it comes to tech companies with big-money valuations. But the City by the Bay has a lot of work to do if it wants to compete with its cross-country rival on affordable housing. Today, New York...Show More Summary

NYT, AP to start testing drones for breaking news

A group of 10 U.S. media companies, including the New York Times Co., the Associated Press and NBCUniversal, will test the use of drones for news gathering, seeking to persuade the government to... To view the full story, click the title link.

10 Companies Join Effort to Test Drones for Newsgathering

The companies, which include The New York Times and NBC Universal, have formed a partnership with Virginia Tech.

Report: Apple, Google sweeten the deal for plaintiffs in no-poaching lawsuit

Apple, Google, Intel and Adobe are now offering a combined payment of $415 million to settle an antitrust case that accuses the four companies of conspiring with each other on no-poaching agreements, according to The New York Times. The...Show More Summary

Carlos Slim Becomes NY Times Largest Shareholder

(Reuters) - New York Times Co said Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim has increased his stake to 16.8 percent, becoming the largest shareholder of the company. Entities affiliated with Slim exercised warrants to acquire nearly 15.9 million shares of Class A common stock at $6.3572 per share. Show More Summary

Here’s an Instagram account with images of newspapers

2 months agoIndustries / Media : Media Wire

The New York Times Company In December, The New York Times Company launched an Instagram account, @MyNYTimes, which features images of the company’s many printed products. According to a press release: The New York Times has launched...Show More Summary

The New Fidelity Stock-Trading App Makes A Bad Idea Even Worse

Fidelity's mobile app has a new feature called Stocks Nearby that lets users find public companies they can trade that have locations near them. Josh Barro has the full rundown over at the New York Times. But here's the bottom line: this makes a bad idea worse. Show More Summary

The Amazon Cycle

What is Amazon? asks the New York Times. Clutching her golden trophy with two hands, the creator of “Transparent,” Jill Soloway, thanked both Amazon and Mr. Bezos. Mr. Tambor called the company his “new best friend.” It was a remarkable moment, considering that only months ago Mr. Bezos and Amazon were being cast as the […]

Drink less soda? Coke cuts jobs.

That Coca-Cola is cutting between 1600 and 1800 jobs in the next few months, 500 of them in Atlanta (Coke’s home town), is big news. Why is Coke doing this?  According to the New York Times, the company says: “to streamline our business” “to help fund the stepped-up marketing it believes is needed to drive […]

Obama proposes 30-day limit for companies to disclose online breaches

The White House says President Obama will call for new laws to ensure American companies inform their customers about consumer information being stolen in hack attacks, reports The New York Times. The president will propose the Personal Data Notification and Protection Act during his speech at the Federal Trade Commission today. Show More Summary

Apple Pay to launch in Canada in March?

Apple’s entry into the contactless payment service is off to a great start. The company has been very aggressive in tying up with all major banks in the U.S. and the response so far has proved to be very positive. The New York Times reported that Whole Foods recorded more than 150,000 Apple Pay transactions in the first few days... Read More

Condé Nast Eyeing Digital Acquisition

3 months agoIndustries / Media : FishbowlNY

As Condé Nast completes its move into One World Trade Center, the media giant’s CEO Chuck Townsend took time to speak to The New York Post about a wide variety of subjects. One item that stood out? The company is on the prowl for a digital...Show More Summary

NY Times Executive Editor Vows to Fix What the “Buyouts Broke”

New York Times executive editor Dean Baquet issued a memo on Tuesday in which he admitted that last year’s buyouts hurt the company in many ways. But he vowed to fix those things in 2015: By any measure, 2014 was a dramatic year — a sudden leadership change ending with the departure of treasured colleagues. […]

Bloomberg, Forbes Expand Teams

3 months agoIndustries / Media : FishbowlNY

A couple Revolving Door items for you this afternoon, involving Bloomberg News and Forbes. Details are below. David Kocieniewski has joining Bloomberg News’ Financial Crimes team. He comes to the company from The New York Times, where he served as a business reporter since 2010. Show More Summary

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