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Next Up For Exploding Health Insurance Premiums: New York

When we warned recently that thanks to Obamacare, insurance companies would be unveiling significant price shocks one week before the presidential elections, we knew it was only a matter of time before the 2017 proposals would startShow More Summary

Women Pilots Say Breitling Watch Company Behind the Times

17 hours agoTechnology : Forbes: Tech

Publicity photo from Breitling New York store opening Breitling, the Swiss watch company that claims to have "shared all the finest moments in the conquest of the skies" showed it is woefully behind the times at the opening of its latest store in New York last week. In a photo seemingly [...]

See Radiohead Play 'Creep' Live For First Time in Seven Years

Radiohead performed the third concert of their 2016 tour Monday at Paris' Le Zenith, and while the band continued to showcase their new LP A Moon Shaped Pool onstage, Thom Yorke and company also dove into their catalog to deliver a pair of surprises: Radiohead's first performance of "Creep" and "No Surprises" in...

NYCB 5/22 – There's no better way to spend a Sunday

With impeccable style and a first rate performance, Craig Hall bowed for the last time in front of his New York audience on Sunday. Following the company’s Paris and Saratoga tours, he will become a ballet master which is a...

Markets Right Now: US stocks open higher on Wall Street

NEW YORK (AP) — The Latest on developments in financial markets (all times local): 9:35 a.m. Stocks are climbing in early trading as traders respond to some encourage earnings and deal news. Banks and technology companies rose more than the rest of the market in early trading Friday. Applied Materials jumped 13 percent after reporting […]

The company that created the 'greatest hoodie ever made' just released a $35 T-shirt that took a year to make

American Giant is on a mission to bring manufacturing back to the US, one clothing item at a time. The apparel company that created what New York Times technology columnist Farhad Manjoo once dubbed the "greatest hoodie ever made" has...Show More Summary

China Is Now Conducting "Security Reviews" On Foreign Tech Products

In a speech last month, China's president Xi Jinping had some telling comments around what technology companies can expect in the future as they try and sell into the Chinese market. According to the New York Times, Xi's outlined the direction in which he is planning to take China as it relates to technology and cyber security. Show More Summary

Twitter's 140 character limit — time to ditch it?

NEW YORK (AP) — Many Twitter users — and more importantly, the billions more who don't use Twitter — feel constrained by the company's somewhat archaic 140- [...] there's the character limit imposed by Twitter. The limit was createdShow More Summary

South American Journalism, EDM and Crisis PR

A New York Times and Wall Street Journal vet is joining the powerhouse firm of Sitrick and Company.

China is investigating whether Apple products are a security threat (AAPL)

Apple products are coming under increased scrutiny in China as the state is starting to ask more questions about the company's products. The New York Times reports. The Chinese government has reportedly started to increase the number of reviews it carries out into products being sold in the country. Show More Summary

Unearthing Emily Dickinson’s Gardens

New York Times’s Ferris Jabr joins Kerry Lynch and company, from Archaeological Services at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, to uncover and restore the fabled gardens on the Dickinson estate. According to literary scholar Judith Farr, during her lifetime, Emily Dickinson was “known more widely as a gardener, perhaps, than as a poet.” More: Some […]

Pharmaceutical Company Pfizer To Stop Selling Drugs For Use In Lethal Injections

last weekNews : The Two-Way

Pfizer was the "last remaining open-market source of drugs used in executions," The New York Times reported. Many U.S. and European drugmakers had already blocked drugs from being used in executions.

Pfizer Won't Let Its Drugs Be Used In Executions Anymore

Pharmaceutical company Pfizer Inc has imposed controls on its products to ensure that none are used in lethal injections, the New York Times said on Friday. The move shuts off the last remaining source of drugs used in executions, following similar actions by more than 20 U.S. Show More Summary

The New York Times Has a Serious Pay-Gap Problem

The media has one of the biggest gender pay gaps of any industry, and the New York Times certainly isn't an exception. Among the company's union-represented employees, it pays women 7 percent less than men, according to a report released on Thursday by the New York NewsGuild. And it's even worse for ... More »

Morgane Le Fay seeks Full Time Entry-Level E-Commerce Specialist In New York

Luxury fashion company, Morgane Le Fay is hiring an E-Commerce Specialist.Responsibilities include:Execute strategies for growing e-commerce and online brand awareness i.e. Google Adwords & Facebook advertising campaignsMaintain the appearance and merchandising of the online storeAcquire and... Continue reading

Time Warner Cable Outages Are Spiking Across NYC

Time Warner Cable is working to address system-wide issues impacting TV, internet and phone service across New York City and, according to the company, "surrounding areas." [ more › ]

Disney Succession Must Prioritize Strategic Relationships

Succession at the world's largest entertainment company is in disarray following the resignation of Disney COO Thomas Staggs. That's the view of the New York Times and other media commentators after Monday's announcement that Staggs, who was in line to become CEO replacing Rober Iger, would instead be leaving next month. Show More Summary

News: Podcasters voice serious complaints with Apple

2 weeks agoTechnology / Mobile : iLounge

During a meeting with Apple, seven top podcasters voiced serious concerns over the company’s apparent lack of interest in their business, The New York Times reports. Despite essentially creating the format for downloading “digital audio...Show More Summary

Apple holds talks on the future of podcasts

Podcasts may not make Apple any direct revenue, but they're still important in an era when Serial and other big shows are drawing in lots of listeners. And apparently, the company knows it. New York Times sources say that Apple recently held talks with seven "leading podcast professionals" at its headquarters. Show More Summary

Report: Apple holds private meeting with top podcasters to hear complaints

2 weeks agoTechnology / Apple : 9 to 5 Mac

According to a new report from The New York Times, Apple recently held a closed-door meeting with seven of the top iTunes podcasters to discuss the company’s support for the community. The meeting took place last month at Apple’s Cupertino...Show More Summary

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