New York Times publisher Arthur Sulzberger Jr. today made the extraordinary gesture of giving prominent, Page One placement to an editorial declaring it “a moral outrage and a national disgrace that civilians can legally purchase weapons...Show More Summary
The New York Times has used its first front-page editorial in nearly a century to call for greater gun regulation in the wake of the California shooting massacre. Publisher Arthur Sulzberger Jr said the newspaper was running its first page-one editorial since 1920 on Saturday to “deliver a strong...
Arthur Sulzberger has been publisher since 1992, when he was 40; the paper is controlled by the family through a special class of shares
A new era is on the horizon for The New York Times. Times publisher Arthur Ochs Sulzberger Jr. has begun the succession process, he announced Monday during his annual State of The Times address to staff. Sulzberger will appoint a deputy publisher within the next two years, he said. Show More Summary
The publisher, Arthur Sulzberger Jr., 64, has held the role since his father stepped down when he was 65, in 1992.
This morning, New York Times chairman and publisher Arthur O. Sulzberger Jr. hosted his annual “State of the Times” address at the paper’s Eighth Avenue headquarters. Standing onstage at the Times Center, Sulzberger surprised staffers by announcing that the controlling Ochs-Sulzberger clan has officially begun the selection process to choose his... More »
During a June appearance at Hunter College with Times publisher Arthur Sulzberger Jr., a woman in the audience said to him during the Q and A portion of the event, "I'd like to know why The New York Times signed an agreement with Peter...Show More Summary
The New York Times Company The New York Times Company announced that Arthur Gregg Sulzberger was named an associate editor on Thursday. Sulzberger was previously senior editor of strategy. He was an author on the Times’ Innovation Report. Show More Summary
The recommendations listed in last year’s New York Times innovation report — an extensive look at the outlet’s digital successes and shortcomings — have all been implemented, company chairman Arthur O. Sulzberger, Jr. announced Tuesday. The...Show More Summary
"Now the Times is throwing its fate into Facebook's hands."
In March of 2011, The New York Times announced that it would start charging readers for digital content. The announcement came from the publisher of the Times, Arthur Sulzberger, Jr., who wrote that the shift away from offering all the Times’ online content at no cost was “an important step that we hope you will see as an investment in...
The New York Times recently cut 100 from its newsroom staff in an effort to reduce costs. For those above the fray — like publisher and chairman Arthur Sulzberger Jr. — the days aren’t so cloudy. Proving that there’s always plenty of...Show More Summary
The Times' publisher, Arthur Ochs Sulzberger Jr., described the media columnists' work as "an indispensable guide to modern media."
We learned last week that Michael Bloomberg would like to buy the New York Times Company. He even spoke to Chairman Arthur Sulzberger about it a couple of years ago. So what else is new? Rupert Murdoch covets the Times as well. The only...Show More Summary
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