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IBM's CEO On Hackers: "Cyber Crime Is The Greatest Threat To Every Company In The World"

NEW YORK, NY - NOVEMBER 03: Chairman, President and CEO of IBM Ginni Rometty participates in a panel discussion at the New York Times 2015 DealBook Conference at the Whitney Museum of American Art on November 3, 2015 in New York City. (Photo by Neilson Barnard/Getty Images for New York [...]

Fashionable People: Alana's Real-Life "Fun and Packable" Style — Style Profile

Alana wears a dress by New York designer Sylvio. Pin it Alana Hearn divides her time between New York City, where she works for a commercial production company and a creative agency, and Newport, Rhode Island, the beautiful beach town where she grew up. Show More Summary

Alex MacCallum named head of video at The New York Times

Alex MacCallum, who heads up audience development for The New York Times, will add the company’s video unit to her portfolio of responsibilities, according to a memo from Executive Editor Dean Baquet and New York Times CEO Mark Thompson. MacCallum,...Show More Summary

Procter & Gamble: Time for a split - Barron's

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Executives of consumer-products giant Procter & Gamble Co, the maker of Tide detergent and other household goods, should consider breaking up the company to improve its beleaguered performance, Barron's financial newspaper said. Show More Summary

Endangered species on Wall Street: The stock split

By Chuck Mikolajczak NEW YORK (Reuters) - The U.S. stock market has more than tripled in value since its March 2009 lows but stock splits, a tool favored by company management in prior boom times, have yet to make a comeback. Stock splits are a way for management teams to tempt retail investors to buy a "hot" stock at a lower price. Show More Summary

How to stop snoopers from seeing when and where you open emails

You may not know it, but many people who send you email know the exact moment you open it and even where you happen to be when you open it. As The New York Times explains, many people and companies have been using small pieces of code that can track both the location and the time when someone opens up the emails they send. Show More Summary

Media ignore impact of unsafe medical devices — unless the company CEO is a celebrity billionaire like Elizabeth Holmes

James Stewart’s recent New York Times story about Elizabeth Holmes, the rising star in the high-tech galaxy turned media celeb, raises an important press question in this time of the 21st Century Cures Act. Are the media interested in...Show More Summary

Headline News from - November 19, 2015

On the Web For Its I.P.O., Square Scales Back Valuation by $3 Billion - New York Times - "Square — valued in a private financing last year at $6 billion — priced its initial public offering at a level that gave the payments company a...Show More Summary

DreamWorks Acquires Chris Pavone Spy Thriller Novel ‘The Travelers’

EXCLUSIVE: DreamWorks has acquired The Travelers, the latest thriller by New York Times bestselling author Chris Pavone. Picture Company partners Andrew Rona and Alex Heineman will produce. To be published next March, the book is a Hitchcockian thriller with shades of Mr and Mrs Smith and North by Northwest. Show More Summary

Rajiv Pant named top technology officer at Tribune Publishing

Rajiv Pant, the former New York Times chief technology officer who departed the newspaper for a startup earlier this year, has been appointed chief product, technology and user experience officer at Tribune Publishing, the company announced...Show More Summary

Two Companies That Make Tree-Shaped Air Fresheners Are Battling It Out in Court

Here is a fun story from the New York Times, about, of all things, car air fresheners. It takes place in a federal courtroom in Lower Manhattan, where on Monday two companies, Car-Freshner Corporation and Exotica Fresheners Company, convened to contemplate their scented paper pine trees and palm trees. Show More Summary

World's largest pint-sized tourist attraction will open at old New York Times Building

A company on a multi-year quest to open a tourist attraction, dubbed Gulliver's Gate, featuring 300-plus miniature buildings and more than 1,000 model train cars in Times Square, has descended on... To view the full story, click the title link.

NY Times: Blame Congress, Not Pfizer, For Tax Inversion

Following up on my previous posts (links below): New York Times, A Tax-Cutting Move That Pfizer Can Hardly Resist: Give Pfizer, the giant drug maker, points for boldness and persistence: The company has bravely put “tax inversions” back in the headlines. Pfizer, which already holds roughly $140 billion overseas and...

Larry Wilmore On Paris Attacks: “At Times Like This, People Do Need To Laugh” – New York Comedy Festival

Astrophysicist and sometime Nightly Show guest Neil deGrasse Tyson led a panel Saturday afternoon with host Larry Wilmore and top staff from the Comedy Central program, leading off the discussion by saying that Wilmore and company are...Show More Summary

David Leonhardt to leave The Upshot

POLITICO | The New York Times Company David Leonhardt, the Pulitzer Prize-winning founding editor of The Upshot, is leaving The New York Times’ data-driven blog to take a position in the newspaper’s opinion section, according to a memo...Show More Summary

Companies That Violate Workers' Rights Don't Get To Rob Them Of Their Day In Court, Too

Last week The New York Times published a groundbreaking investigative series on forced arbitration, "Beware The Fine Print," that shines a bright light on this pernicious--and growing--corporate practice. By doing so, the NYT and its...Show More Summary

Coca-Cola Spends Millions Of Dollars Funding Research That—Surprise!—Says Soda Is Just Fine

Last week, the University of Colorado announced that it would return a $1 million gift from Coca-Cola—news that came after a New York Times article in August revealed that the soda company funded a group of scientists called the Global...Show More Summary

How Storyful is turning Slack into an extension of its newswire

Usage of the messaging app Slack has exploded. The company says it has 1.25 million daily users, tenfold growth in just a year, and all kinds of news organization — from The New York Times to us here at Nieman Lab — use Slack. Storyful, the social news agency, is no exception. Owned by News...

Is Coca-Cola Funding Your Alma Mater?

Last week, the University of Colorado announced that it would return a $1 million gift from Coca-Cola—news that came after a New York Times article in August revealed that the soda company funded a group of scientists called the Global...Show More Summary

In Search Of A Better Media Experience

VideoThe clients of each company include many of the most prestigious news brands in the media industry. One works with the likes of The New York Times, Bloomberg, Reuters, ABC News, and NewsCorp, while the second represents prestige publishers like Time Inc., CBSi, Hearst, NBC, Meredith, Vice, and Vox Media. [...]

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