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The New York Times Tells You How To Navigate A Museum

Now this is service journalism! First of the paper's four suggestions is "Set a Time Limit and Eat Before You Go"; the last is "Consider a Private Guide." These suggestions were offered by the founder of a company that provides patrons with private guides for museums.

Prince’s Catalog Returns To Streaming Services, Vault Recordings Out In June

Prince's catalog is returning to streaming services in time for the Grammys. Spotify hinted at the news last week, when they papered the Union Square subway station in New York with purple ads featuring the company's logo. Prince's early Warner Bros. catalog (1979-1996) is available now on Amazon Music, Spotify, and Google Play; Apple Music,…

Marshalls And TJ Maxx Literally Dump Ivanka’s Line

last weekLGBT / Gay : Joe. My. God.

The New York Times reports: Last week, employees at T.J. Maxx and Marshalls got very clear instructions about where to put signs for Ivanka Trump products: in the garbage. The TJX Companies, the retailers’ parent company, told employees...Show More Summary

TJ Maxx told employees to trash Ivanka Trump signs

TJ Maxx appears to be backing away from Ivanka Trump's fashion line. The company sent a memo to stores last week that instructed employees to throw away any signs advertising the first daughter's brand, The New York Times reports. The...Show More Summary

With its new Spotify bundle, The New York Times is chasing a new, younger base of subscribers

As former Netscape CEO Jim Barksdale once said, “There are only two ways to make money in business: One is to bundle; the other is unbundle.” Media companies, enterally swinging (or being swung) between the two, may be drifting back into the bundling phase. Tony Haile’s anticipated startup Scroll and Blendle’s new premium product both...

Everything is Political

“Last Work” Batsheva Dance Company Brooklyn Academy of Music, Howard Gilman Opera House New York, NY February 2, 2017 by Martha Sherman copyright © 2017 by Martha Sherman By the time the machine gun fire of the soundtrack went off, in...Show More Summary

USV invests in a public company, Tucows, for the first time

New York City-based VC firm Union Square Ventures (USV) announced today that it has invested in Tucows, a 23-year-old company that has been publicly traded for over 15 years. It is currently trading on the Nasdaq at $48.30 per share. In a blog post authored by partner Brad Burnham, USV said it had made a substantial […]

Records Show Trump Remains Tied to His Company

New York Times: “While the president says he has walked away from the day-to-day operations of his business, two people close to him are the named trustees and have broad legal authority over his assets: his eldest son, Donald Jr., [...]

Over 200,000 people deleted Uber after drivers went to JFK airport during the Trump strike

More than 200,000 people deleted their Uber accounts after a weekend of outrage aimed at the ride-hailing company, according to The New York Times. Furious Uber riders had deleted the app after the company continued operating its service at John F. Show More Summary

New York Times racks up digital customers as Trump comes to power

The New York Times Co. is racking up digital subscribers as President Donald Trump makes news waves, but the decline in the print business continues to drag on its finances. The New York company... To view the full story, click the title link.

Fox censors ‘controversial’ Super Bowl ad featuring immigrant family encountering a border wall

2 weeks agoNews : The Raw Story

A building material company that submitted its first-ever Super Bowl ad this year was forced to revise the commercial after Fox determined the subject matter was “too contoversial,” the New York Times reports. 84 Lumber, a Pennsylvania-based building materials supplier, originally intended to air a...

The New York Times is headed for Snapchat Discover

Snapchat is getting some gray.  The New York Times, or the Gray Lady, will join Snapchat Discover, the app's network of media outlets, the companies announced Thursday (Mashable is a Discover partner).  SEE ALSO: Snapchat is about to...Show More Summary

The New York Times launches on Snapchat Discover

The New York Times is the latest media company to fully embrace Snapchat, the rising social media app owned by Snap. The Times has revealed that it’s now available through Snapchat Discover, an ad-supported channel through which publishers can push content out to Snapchat’s millions of users. From Monday through Friday, the Times will create […]

Time Warner Cable ‘deliberately defrauded’ customers, New York State lawsuit says

On Wednesday, New York Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman filed a lawsuit in the state's Supreme Court against Time Warner Cable and its new parent company, Spectrum. The suit alleges that Spectrum-TWC conducted "a deliberate scheme...Show More Summary

Bowery Ballroom And Mercury Lounge Excluded From AEG’s Bowery Presents Acquisition

2 weeks agoMusic / Indie Music : Stereogum

AEG Live bought New York-based concert promoters the Bowery Presents last year, and today the company made its first public comment about the acquisition. AEG's chairman, Jay Marciano, told The New York Times that the Bowery Presents acquisition is a part of the massive company's expansion plans. …

British Companies Are Using a Tracking Device That Monitors Their Workers' Voices, Steps and Stress Levels

Click here for reuse options! Employees have volunteered to wear the data mining devices. At least four British companies are using a device to track details about their workers, reports the New York Times. Currently participation in the program is voluntary, but 90 percent of the employees have asked to be included. Show More Summary

Newswire: Sprint buys a stake in Tidal, will get exclusive content for mobile customers

Unlike so many music-streaming customers, Sprint has bought into Tidal, The New York Times reports. The mobile company has picked up a 33 percent stake in the company that already counts among its owners Jay Z, Beyoncé, Madonna, and Kanye West. Show More Summary

Sprint Bought 33% Of Tidal

3 weeks agoMusic / Indie Music : Stereogum

In 2015, around the same time that Jay Z bought Tidal's parent company for $56 million, the New York Post reported that telecommunications giant Sprint had acquired a stake in the company. Sprint denied that report, but now, two years later, it has come to pass. Billboard reports that Sprint has spent $20 million on…

Retailer spotlight: Bandier

Bandier, the leading fashion-fitness retailer has seen major success in a short amount of time. Since the launch in 2014, the company has opened 5 brick-and mortar stores in major cities such as New York and Los Angeles. What makes Bandier...Show More Summary

Brooklyn Brewery not leaving longtime Williamsburg home for Navy Yard

The founder of Brooklyn Brewery says the local craft beer business with a global brand won't be moving after all. Company co-founder Steve Hindy told The New York Times on Thursday that he and... To view the full story, click the title link.

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