After a report by The New York Times, Pakistan’s interior minister ordered the inquiry into the company and hundreds of school websites linked to it.
Company: CUNY Hunter College Location: New York, New York Industry: Not Specified Job Status: Full Time
The Pakistani company Axact condemned a New York Times article that asserted the company had reaped millions by selling fake diplomas.
CNN has removed user-generated videos iReport videos linked to a Pakistani company suspected of running one of the world’s largest diploma mills. The company, Axact, was featured in a report in The New York Times. In the report, a retired...Show More Summary
Company: The Integer Group Location: New York, New York Industry: Not Specified Career Level: Mid Level Career (5+ yrs experience) Minimum Education: Bachelor's Job Status: Full Time
Apple has acquired GPS company Coherent Navigation, the Cupertino company has confirmed to The New York Times. Though the article notes that it’s “unclear exactly how Apple will use the company’s services or technology,” it seems all...Show More Summary
Ongoing track repair work caused delays for Amtrak passengers commuting between Philadelphia and New York City on Monday morning, as the railroad company resumed full Northeast Corridor service for the first time in almost a week following...Show More Summary
In a Sunday bombshell, The New York Times reported that the Karachi-based “I.T. network services company,” Axact,, is behind an elaborate education swindle that has netted the software concern “tens of millions of dollars” but left thousands of would-be, and mostly American, students with bogus credentials from universities that don’t exist. Show More Summary
The New York Times analyzed hundreds of websites to determine possible connections to a Pakistani company that sells fake academic degrees.
Apple’s mapping service may not quite have the popularity of Google’s offering, but the company is constantly working to improve it. The New York Times today confirmed that Apple has acquired Coherent Navigation, a firm specializing in high accuracy GPS devices and software. Show More Summary
The natural order of the universe was disrupted Wednesday when BuzzFeed, NBC News, the New York Times and a number of other media companies ceded to Facebook the marketing and monetization of portions of their valuable content.
A supposed bid from an apparently British investment firm to buy Avon for three times its current market price, which sent shares of company soaring on Thursday, appears to have been a giant hoax, The New York Times reports. Before noon...Show More Summary
The Syrian Electronic Army, the notorious hacking group that has hit several high-profile media companies such as the Associated Press, the New York Times, and CNN, hacked the Washington Post mobile site on Thursday afternoon. For aShow More Summary
Stories from publishers like the New York Times and National Geographic now appear directly on Facebook's news feed. Nine media companies announced the deal Wednesday, bringing some of their content to the world's largest online social network. Gabriel Sherman, the national affairs editor at New York Magazine, joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the impact of the deal.
Image by Deposit Photo Fear and loathing. That’s an initial response to Facebook partnering with nine content companies, including the New York Times and BuzzFeed. Many in the media echo chamber are wondering, “What’s this mean for us?” No shortage of editors and publishers took a pass Wednesday in speaking on the record. Show More Summary
Company: Mindspark Interactive Network Location: Yonkers, New York Industry: Not Specified Career Level: Early Career (1+ yrs experience) Minimum Education: Bachelor's Job Status: Full Time
Facebook debuted its new Instant Articles feature today, which allows media companies to publish entire stories directly into the news feed. The New York Times, BuzzFeed, The Atlantic, and a host of other publishers are part of the rollout, which has sparked new questions about the dangers of giving Facebook the... More »
The future of nearly all media—and consequently, all advertising—is on our phones, said AOL CEO Tim Armstrong in a video memo to employees after announcing the sale of his company to Verizon. The New York Times reports: “If there isShow More Summary
Instant Articles will let stories load more than 10 times faster than standard mobile web articles and will include content from publishers such as the New York Times, BuzzFeed and National Geographic.
A number of content providers — including NBC and The New York Times — have entered into a partnership with Facebook in which the media companies will publish content directly on the social media site, New York Magazine reports. “According...