Dreams of an autonomous Apple car maybe be dead, but it seems the company is at least trying to resurrect some of its self-driving work. According to a report in the New York Times, Apple is working on a self-driving shuttle to cart its employees around its sprawling network of offices in the Cupertino area. […]
The Dog Agency is a talent management company focusing exclusively on animal influencers. By that we mean animals (mostly dogs and cats) with active online followers. Key quote from the New York Times article This Instagram Dog Wants to Sell...
Update, 12:50 p.m.: The New York Times is reporting that the members of Trump's other CEO council—the Strategic and Policy Forum, whose most prominent consumer-facing members are Walmart, GM, IBM, and Pepsi—might disband their groupShow More Summary
EXCLUSIVE: The film rights to Ruth Ware’s The Lying Game — which debuted to No. 3 on The New York Times’ bestseller’s list –– has just been acquired by The Gotham Group. This comes on the heels of the management/production company bringing...Show More Summary
U.S. companies have long moved work overseas to save money. But a long emerging trend of moving work to lower cost areas of the U.S. instead of overseas appears to be gaining steam. The New York Times article Hot Spot...
Investors are fighting for a cheap slice of Uber. The company is courting three sets of investors who want new or larger stakes by buying shares from existing investors, according to The New York Times. That might look like a boon, given...Show More Summary
Facebook and its family of apps been banned in China for years, but it appears the company found a way to get past the countries Great Firewall. The New York Times reports Facebook snuck an app called ‘Colorful balloons’ through – without anybody noticing. Show More Summary
A federal judge has refused to dismiss a defamation suit against The New York Times by Murray Energy Corp. over an April editorial that described the coal mining company as … Click to Continue »
Google engineer James Damore was fired Monday for his now-famous internal memo questioning left-wing diversity schemes at the company. The New York Times’ Katie Benner, “a technology reporter covering venture capital and startups,” took...Show More Summary
James Damore, the Google software engineer who wrote the “Google’s Ideological Echo Chamber” memo, which rationalized gender pay gaps in the industry with gender stereotypes, has confirmed his firing to the New York Times. In an email,...Show More Summary
By Charles Ornstein / ProPublica, and Katie Thomas / The New York Times Some pharmaceutical companies are cutting deals with insurance companies to favor their brand-name products over cheaper generics.
New York Times, Microsoft Shifts From Paying Outside Lawyers by the Hour: Companies have long chafed at law firms’ practice of billing by the hour. Now, a huge corporation, Microsoft, is taking steps to move away from the traditional billing arrangement. David Howard, Microsoft’s deputy general counsel, said that under...
Shkreli, notorious for raising the price of a potentially life-saving drug by 5,000 percent, was found guilty Friday of defrauding investors in two hedge funds and in Retrophin Inc., a pharmaceutical company he co-founded.
EXCLUSIVE: Mike Lobell and Andrew Bergman, once partners in a thriving production company, are back together for the first time in 17 years. They are planning an October start in New York on Eisner, a film that Bergman scripted and will direct, and which Lobell is producing. Show More Summary
Kanye West has taken several insurance companies to court, accusing them of failing to pay out on almost $10 million in claims following the abrupt cancellation of the remainder of his tour in 2016. According to the New York Times, Kanye West's touring company, Very Good Touring, filed the lawsuit...
Another quarter, another wave of digital subscriptions for The New York Times Company (NYSE: NYT). The newspaper publisher's second-quarter 2017 earnings report revealed that it's still experiencing a surge of non-print subscriptions, as a multiyear bet on content geared toward mobile devices continues to pay off. Show More Summary
Summary: In just three weeks, a pop-up newsletter The New York Times launched around “Game of Thrones” has already garnered over 61,000 subscribers, the company said. The newsletter, produced by staffers at the New York Times’ Watching, is also being forwarded and read so much that its open rates have exceeded...
The three most prominent US newspapers haven't run a critical investigative piece on Jeff Bezos' company Amazon in almost two years, a FAIR survey finds. A review of 190 articles from the New York Times, Wall Street Journal and the Bezos-owned...Show More Summary
``After posting strong earnings Thursday, The New York Times Company shares have surged to a nine-year high. The company has seen a sharp increase in digital subscriptions, largely attributed to the "Trump effect," since last November's election.''
In 1998, The New York Times wrote a little story called, "Amazon.com is Expanding Beyond Books." Nearly two decades later, the founder of that company has more money than anyone else on the planet. Jeff Bezos passed Microsoft cofounder...Show More Summary