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Company takes out ad for departing New York Times reporter

On page B11 of Friday’s New York Times, you’ll find a full-page ad, taken out by Interpublic Group in honor of advertising reporter Stuart Elliott, who took a buyout from The Times. It reads: For more than two decades, you’ve asked the tough questions — often twenty at a time. Show More Summary

Joel Lovell Departs New York Times

Joel Lovell is leaving The New York Times to join This American Life and digital media company Atavist. Lovell had served as deputy editor of The New York Times Magazine and most recently worked in the Times newsroom on special projects. Lovell...Show More Summary

Morning Plum: Marco Rubio’s big anti-Obama moment

The New York Times reports this morning that Obama plans a number of steps on his own to render the embargo on Cuba a lot weaker. Among them: Issuing regulations to facilitate agricultural exports and allow U.S. companies to export various good to that country, and moving forward on ending Cuba’s designation as a state […]

Amazon Is Facing An Unprecedented Wave Of New Threats (AMZN)

Amazon might not be as unstoppable as its critics believe. "Despite fears of Amazon's growing invincibility, the company's eventual hegemony over American shopping is not assured," Farhad Manjoo wrote for The New York Times. "It might not even be likely." Manjoo says the key to Amazon's weakness is that it hasn't mastered mobile. Show More Summary

Too Rich or Lazy to Function? 'Fitness Concierge' Service Will Help

New from the perpetually robust New York Times Wealth Gap/Are You Kidding Me section, we have a sweet little story about a company that offers services like "booking your workout classes for you" ($350 per month; a bargain!) and "coming...Show More Summary

New York State Just Banned Fracking

After years of wrangling between environmentalists, lawmakers, and fossil fuel companies, New York's top public health administrator said he would ban fracking in the state, citing health risks. From the New York Times: The Cuomo administration...Show More Summary

Gov. Cuomo Orders NY Health Insurers to Cover Sex-Change Operations

Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) has told New York health insurance companies they must cover sex-change operations and other treatments considered to be “medically necessary” to attempt to change a man or woman's sex. The New York Times reports...Show More Summary

Grindr’s CEO Dishes On What It’s Like Being Responsible For A Gay Sex Revolution

5 days agoLGBT / Gay : Queerty

“I’m not really a big believer in words,” Joel Simkhai (pictured) tells the New York Times in a new interview. That one short statement pretty much sums up his entire company. Simkhai is the CEO of Grindr. With an estimated four million users in 192 countries, it is arguably the most popular gay hookup app currently on the market, though Simkhai […]

Can Sony stop news organizations from publishing?

Sony Pictures Entertainment sent a letter to several news organizations including The New York Times, the Los Angeles Times and The Hollywood Reporter Sunday warning them not to publish information taken from the company during a recent...Show More Summary

NY Times Joins Forces with Tina Brown

The New York Times Company is partnering with Women of The World, the event company run by Tina Brown. As part of the multi-year deal, the Times will invest in Women in The World and launch a new digital platform for the company, which...Show More Summary

Sony Letter Says News Sites Should Delete ‘Stolen’ Data: NYT

Sony attorneys have sent a letter to news organizations demanding they delete any information they have been given from that taken from the company in a devastating cyber attack last month, the New York Times reported. The Times said...Show More Summary

CIA Torture Report Provides Fodder For ‘Saturday Night Live’ Cold Open

The cold open on last night's Martin Freeman-hosted SNL featured a Charlie Rose interview bit with James E. Mitchell and Bruce Jessen, psychologists whose company was  paid $82 million, according to the New York Times, for designingShow More Summary

eBay Inc (EBAY) Should Sell Cars And Sell Them Faster On Mobile: John Quain

A new attractive App on iPad is not the only thing that will revitalise eBay Inc (NASDAQ:EBAY) as an e-commerce. On CNBC, John Quain, who is a contributor of New York Times, talked about what other changes the e-commerce company will have to make besides splitting PayPal next year. “[...] The major move is of course […]

New York will require insurers to cover gender reassignment surgery

New York state will soon prohibit insurance companies from refusing to cover the costs of gender reassignment surgery, according to The New York Times. New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) is sending a letter to insurance companies this week...Show More Summary

Support for dance companies takes a tumble

Corporate support for dance organizations in New York City plunged 62% over five years, with midsize and small organizations having an especially difficult time getting on businesses' giving agendas,... To view the full story, click the title link.

Four Things Every Millennial Should Do With Their Money

Alexa von Tobel is the leadership-award-winning, New York Times bestseller-writing, presidentially-recognized young entrepreneur who founded LearnVest. Her company is online financial planning service geared primarily at millennials,...Show More Summary

State Attorneys General Make Secret Pact With Big Oil to Oppose EPA

A story broke in last week’s New York Times about how various energy companies had formed a secretive alliance with a group of state attorneys general to oppose the EPA's Clean Power Plan.

Semantic Web Jobs: HBO

HBO, a Time Warner company, is looking for an Ontologist in New York, NY. The post states, “HBO, NY is seeking an Ontology Engineer to provide primary support for the HBO Metadata Initiative metadata registry implementation.  The Ontology...Show More Summary

Scarlett Johansson And Jonah Hill Performed At Vice's 20th Anniversary Party

Vice celebrated its 20th anniversary on Friday night with a mini music festival in Brooklyn. The "mini Coachella," as the company's global general manager Hosi Simon described it to the New York Times, featured performances from Lil Wayne, Andrew W.K., Nicki Minaj, the Black Lips, members of Pussy Riot and more. Show More Summary

Lyft, Uber Et Al Impact US Medallion Market

Transportation network companies like Lyft and Uber are making an impact on the United States livery market, particularly in cities where medallions are sold. The New York Times reports the price of medallions in cities such as New York,...Show More Summary

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