The late Arthur Ochs Sulzberger, Sr.'s 11-room Manhattan apartment has just sold for $12.5M, the Observer reports. The estate of the former Times publisher put the co-op on the market for $14M in December, a few months after "Punch," as...
Arthur Sulzberger, chairman of The New York Times Company, is doing quite well. Not that you asked, but just in case you were wondering, things couldn’t be better. According to The Wall Street Journal, in a Securities and Exchange Commission filing, the Times reported that Sulzberger earned a whopping $6.9 million in 2012. Show More Summary
New York Times Co. CEO Mark Thompson and publisher Arthur Sulzberger tell employees that the “significant redesign” of the company is “intended to accelerate the delivery of our top priorities: growth, particularly in our paid products business; better teamwork across the Company; and a special focus on excellence in plotting the future of our print … Read More
Arthur Ochs Sulzberger, the Times publisher during whose long tenure the Pentagon Papers were published, had drawn the attention of federal investigators.
The FBI has destroyed the files it kept on former New York Times publisher Arthur Ochs Sulzberger because they didn't pass historical muster. The New and Improved Veg-O-Matic II, however, remains safely in the Smithsonian's permanent collection. [ more › ]
A eulogy for the former publisher of The New York Times.
The firing of New York Times Company CEO Janet Robinson last year was complicated, in part, by the involvement of an influential force from outside of the building: the girlfriend of the paper's chairman and publisher Arthur Sulzberger Jr. According to whispers reported by New York's Joe Hagan, Sulzberger was ... More »
New York Times columnist Joe Nocera writes in his column about incoming New York Times Co. CEO Mark Thompson: Arthur Sulzberger is in a difficult spot. He believes strongly that he’s got the executive he needs to lead The Times to the promised land of healthy profits again.Although he declined to be interviewed for this … Read More
The New York Times (NYT) Q3 2012 Earnings Call October 25, 2012 11:00 am ET Executives Paula Schwartz - Assistant Director of Investor Relations & Online Communications Arthur O. Sulzberger - Chairman, Interim Chief Executive Officer and Publisher of The Times James M. Show More Summary
New York Times publisher Arthur Sulzberger Jr. tells his staff: “We will cover the Savile story with objectivity and rigor. [Incoming Times Co. CEO] Mark [Thompson] endorses that completely as do I. Both of us believe passionately in strong, objective journalism that operates without fear or favor, no matter what it is covering. We have … Read More
The latest move by the Newspaper Guild of New York to get the New York Times to budge on a new contract involved a new letter to Arthur Sulzberger. Signed by 248 Times staffers, the note urges him to meet the union’s demands, because...Show More Summary
A letter that New York Times union members will be delivering tonight to publisher Arthur Sulzberger says “the company’s negotiating goal of sub-inflation raises would perpetuate an era of shrinking compensation” and “would have a withering effect on morale.” Such a result would be a Pyrrhic win for the company. No one — not us, … Read More
The New York Times announced Sunday it would launch a Brazilian Web site. In an interview with Sérgio Dávila and Nelson De Sá of the Brazilian newspaper Folha de S.Paulo, Times publisher and New York Times Company chairman
The Southampton, N.Y., estate of the late New York Times publisher Arthur O. Sulzberger, who passed away at the age of 86 last month, has hit the market for $13.9M. The eight-bedroom home is sited on 2.2 manicured acres with...
Late New York Times publisher Arthur Ochs Sulzberger left his four children $41 million in New York Times Company shares, at least some of which the family will now move to sell as soon as possible, DNAinfo reports. In order to do so without breaking the rules — or affecting ... More »
Jim Romenesko | The Newspaper Guild of New York | The Huffington PostJim Romenesko publishes a memo from New York Times Publisher Arthur Sulzberger Jr. alerting staff that “the Company and the Guild have agreed to mediation in order… Read more
New York Times publisher Arthur Sulzberger’s memo to staff: Dear Colleagues, Today, the Company and the Guild have agreed to mediation in order to maximize the potential of reaching a new collective bargaining agreement. We remain committed to reaching a fair contract settlement with the Guild. It is our hope that this settlement comes soon … Read More
Even someone with the imagination, flexibility, and business acumen of an Arthur Ochs Sulzberger would have great difficulty in preserving the Times as a print newspaper, and perhaps even as a newsgathering operation.
The New York Times' editorial writers - who reflect the opinions of the newspaper's publisher and principal owner, Arthur Ochs Sulzberger Jr., who hires and fires them - have their knickers in a knot over Sheldon...
It is easy to imagine the look on the faces of Rupert Murdoch’s children when they read the obituaries of New York Times owner Arthur “Punch” Sulzberger, whose father thought him too stupid to run the company. Particularly when they came to the line: “It’s impossible to be an assistant to your father.”