Business magnate and former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg reportedly has his sights set on owning the New York Times. Near the end of his time as mayor, Mr. Bloomber told the Times chairman and publisher Arthur Sulzberger Jr. that he was interested in buying the newspaper, according to a source with direct knowledge [...]
Michael Bloomberg: I want to buy the New York Times. Arthur Sulzberger Jr.: Sorry, it’s not for sale. (nymag.com) Time for the Times to start printing vulgarities when they’re used by newsmakers? (nytimes.com) CBC no longer allows its on-air journalists to make paid appearances. (thestar.com) Jezebel staffers fear that The Awl … Read More
ANNALS OF THE.001 PERCENT: New York Times Insider: Multi-Million Dollar Shortfall Causing Drastic Cuts: Vice Chairman Michael Golden, cousin of Publisher Arthur Sulzberger Jr, enjoys a $2 million sinecure, even as 100 journalists are let go.
It was "a week of tumult" and "invective" at the New York Times, the former Timeser felt, gazing over all the shattered dishware left in the wake of publisher Arthur "Pinch" Sulzberger's abrupt and controversial ouster of executive editor Jill Abramson. But there were also lessons to be learned, and hugs and pats on the back to be handed out. Read more...
Denise Warren, a veteran of The New York Times for more than two decades, is leaving the paper. According to a memo from Times publisher Arthur Sulzberger CEO Mark Thompson, her decision to depart was a result of her role being split into two roles. Warren had most recently served as executive vice president for digital products. Show More Summary
The Poynter Institute announced Thursday the addition of five journalism leaders to its National Advisory Board, including Arthur Gregg Sulzberger, senior editor for strategy at The New York Times and Anders Gyllenhaal, vice president...Show More Summary
by John Herrman A scene from June: On June 10, Arthur Sulzberger Jr., Mark Thompson and Andrew Rosenthal, along with New York Times Op-Ed columnists Charles M. Blow, David Brooks, Frank Bruni, Roger Cohen, Gail Collins, Ross Douthat,...Show More Summary
It’s All Journalism In a podcast Friday, former New York Times Executive Editor Bill Keller said two innovation reports preceded the much publicized 2014 report by Arthur Gregg Sulzberger. Keller wrote the first in 2005 and Jill Abramson...Show More Summary
The New York Times has named Arthur Gregg Sulzberger — son of publisher Arthur Sulzberger Jr. — its senior editor for strategy. Sulzberger, widely believed to be an eventual successor to his father, has been with the paper since 2009. Per...Show More Summary
The New York Times Monday named Arthur Gregg Sulzberger its senior editor for strategy. Sulzberger led the Times’ “innovation report.” He’s in his early 30s and is the son of Times Publisher Arthur Sulzberger Jr. “There’s also a good...Show More Summary
Here’s New York Times executive editor Dean Baquet’s announcement about Arthur Gregg Sulzberger, son of the Times publisher: Since it was released last Spring, our innovation report has been hailed as an important piece of strategic thinking about how The Times can take its fate into its own hands and draw more readers for our … Read More
Good morning. Here are 10 media stories to start your day. Also, here’s Sam Kirkland’s roundup of digital stories, as well as some job moves Tuesday. Did we miss anything? Email me: email@example.com. Politico’s Mike Allen and … Read more
Reuters | Capital Together, the three top executives at The New York Times — chairman and Publisher Arthur Sulzberger Jr., Times Co. CEO Mark Thompson and Vice Chairman Michael Golden — made $11.9 million in 2013, Jennifer Saba reports. … Read more
NPR In an interview with NPR’s David Folkenflik, New York Times Executive Editor Dean Baquet says he never gave Publisher Arthur Sulzberger Jr. an ultimatum about now-former Executive Editor Jill Abramson. He also talks a little bit about management style… Read more
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Last week Arthur Sulzberger, Jr., the publisher of the New York Times, fired the executive editor, Jill Abramson. He promoted her then deputy, Dean Baquet, to the top job. The facts behind the firing may eventually come out. It appears...Show More Summary
How has Jill Abramson managed to so far outwit her former boss, the New York Times publisher Arthur Ochs Sulzberger Jr.? By staying quiet and playing the long game, PR pros tell The Daily Beast.
"It wasn't as though we went out to hurt her. We didn't," he tells Vanity Fair. "It was my hope for Jill that we could make this go away as peacefully as possible." read more
Arthur Sulzberger Jr. speaks out about the firing of his former editor Jill Abramson from the New York Times
"It wasn’t as though we went out to hurt her. We didn’t," he tells Vanity Fair. "It was my hope for Jill that we could make this go away as peacefully as possible." read more