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CREEPY! Twisted Liberal Hack Demands Sarah Huckabee Sanders Acknowledge if She’s Ever Been Sexually Abused (VIDEO)

This was pretty sick and twisted. But that’s our mainstream media. White House reporter Brian Karem, the Executive Editor of Sentinel Newspapers, demanded today that Sarah Huckabee Sanders acknowledge in front of the world if she’s ever been sexually abused. Show More Summary

Here’s what bitcoin futures could mean for the price of bitcoin

Grey Dwyer, BitMEX head of business development, talks with Business Insider executive editor Sara Silverstein about how futures contracts are going to impact the bitcoin community. Following is a transcript of the video. Greg Dwyer: I'm Greg Dwyer. Show More Summary

The market and the Fed are not in sync right now

In the Fidelity Insight of the week, Business Insider executive editor Sara Silverstein speaks to Ford O'Neil, a fixed-income fund manager at the firm. He says that the markets and the Fed are in agreement for this year, but have diverging outlooks for 2018, with the Fed signaling more rate hikes than the market expects. Show More Summary

Full text of memo announcing Goodell deal

[Editor’s note: As PFT reported earlier this afternoon, the NFL’s Compensation Committee has informed all owners that a binding contract for Commissioner Roger Goodell has been executed. The full text of the memo from the Compensation Committee to all owners appears below.] In recent days, we have spoken with each of you regarding the status [more]

The CIO of a crypto hedge fund reveals why you should be cautious of the ICO bubble

Ari Paul, CIO of cryptocurrency hedge fund BlockTower Capital, talks with Business Insider executive editor Sara Silverstein about why he thinks investors should be cautious when investing in ICOs. Following is a transcript of the video. Sara...Show More Summary

Where did 2017 go? Into Backchannel

6 days agoTechnology : Wordyard

From July through Thanksgiving this year I worked with Steven Levy, Jessi Hempel, and their team at Backchannel as an editor — an opportunity that became available while executive editor Sandra Upson was on leave. I’ve been around enough online media shops to recognize the fine hum of a great editorial outfit, and this was […]

The Newspaperman: The Life and Times of Ben Bradlee – The Pentagon Papers, Watergate and More!

Directed by John Maggio, the film is an intimate journey through the remarkable life of Washington Post executive editor Ben Bradlee, one of the country’s most “dangerous editors,” and the man largely credited with taking down President Richard Nixon in 1974 after the Post broke the Watergate story, the largest political scandal in American history. Show More Summary

This is one of the best responses to Jamie Dimon calling bitcoin a fraud that we have heard so far

Ari Paul, CIO of cryptocurrency hedge fund BlockTower Capital, talks with Business Insider executive editor Sara Silverstein about why he thinks Jamie Dimon called bitcoin a fraud. Following is a transcript of the video. Sara Silverstein: Jamie Dimon recently called bitcoin of fraud. Show More Summary

The biggest myth around the iPhone X

Business Insider executive editor Sara Silverstein talks about the iPhone X, the release of which many people thought would trigger a so-called upgrade supercycle. She breaks down a recent UBS report arguing that this isn't true, citing data showing that iPhone sales will remain flat from a year ago. Show More Summary

The Fed is already preparing for the next recession

Business Insider executive editor Sara Silverstein sits down with Jim Rickards, the editor of Strategic Intelligence and the author of Currency Wars: The Making of the Next Global Crisis. He shares his thoughts on the Fed, and questions why the central bank is unwinding its balance sheet while economic growth is slow. Show More Summary

Southern California News Group promotes Scott Kaufman to opinion editor

SCNG executive editor Frank Pine described Kaufman as "a thoughtful and graceful writer" who appreciates diversity in political viewpoints.

New York Times executive editor says criticism of 'sympathetic' neo-Nazi profile was 'the most ridiculous overreaction'

New York Times executive editor Dean Baquet dismissed criticism of a story that was seen as overly sympathetic to a neo-Nazi. The Times previously tried to explain why the paper published the piece. New York Times executive editor Dean...Show More Summary

THE BOTTOM LINE: The iPhone X's biggest myth, investing overseas, and why you should buy gold

This week: Business Insider executive editor Sara Silverstein talks about the iPhone X, the release of which many people thought would trigger a so-called upgrade supercycle. She breaks down a recent UBS report arguing that this isn't true, citing data showing that iPhone sales will remain flat from a year ago. Show More Summary

JAY-Z Opens Up About Facing His Infidelity With Beyoncé & His Strained Relationship With Kanye West!

JAY-Z is an open book these days. Sitting down with T: The New York Times Styles Magazine executive editor Dean Baquet, the 47-year-old opened up about the therapeutic process of facing his infidelity after cheating on Beyoncé, race in America, and his strained friendship with Kanye West. Speaking on making a joint album at the same time [...]

ESPN ending evening ESPNews editions of SportsCenter as of Nov. 30, anchors’ contracts may not be renewed

Big changes are coming to ESPN’s SportsCenter. Executive vice-president (production, executive editor) Norby Williamson took over responsibility for that franchise back in September, and soon afterwards, multiple reports from October...Show More Summary

“Therapy” rhymes with “Jay-Z”

last weekHumor / odd : Kottke.org

Dean Baquet, executive editor of the NY Times, recently interviewed Jay-Z about his latest album (which I like a lot), OJ Simpson, his marriage & infidelity, race, and Kanye. Jay-Z also talked about his experience with therapy: BAQUET...Show More Summary

Jay-Z Talks OJ, Kanye & Trump with The New York Times Magazine

The New York Times Style Magazine just published an extensive interview between Jay-Z and Executive Editor Dean Baquet that was inspired by his new album 4:44, specifically the song “The Story of OJ,” and which touches on race in America, the new album as therapy, his marital problems and much more. Show More Summary

Jay-Z shares thoughts on Kanye West, politics, and confirms a joint album with Beyoncé exists

On the heels of being nominated for eight Grammy awards, an extensive interview between Jay-Z and Dean Baquet, executive editor of The New York Times, has just seen the light of day and it's fascinating.  The increasingly elusive rapper...Show More Summary

Jay-Z Reveals He and Beyoncé Were Working on a Joint Album, But She Made Lemonade Instead

Finally, the origin story of both Beyoncé’s Lemonade and Jay-Z’s 4:44 has been confirmed beyond the rumors. In a lengthy conversation with New York Times executive editor Dean Baquet, Jay-Z has revealed that the Bey-Hov joint album did at one point exist and, in fact, it’s what they were working ... More »

NPR chief news editor David Sweeney is ousted after sexual harassment allegations

Less than a month after its top news executive, Mike Oreskes, resigned following allegations of sexual misconduct, National Public Radio has lost another senior editor after female journalists accused him of sexual harassment. David Sweeney has stepped down from his role as NPR’s chief news editor...

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