On Tuesday, the New York Times unveiled its "2020 report", a self-assessment by the newspaper of its ongoing operational progress, accompanied by a note by top editors Dean Baquet and Joe Kahn, which also presents the company's outlook on the future. Show More Summary
The New York Times has changed a lot in the past 10 years, embracing digital subscriptions and growing into online video and specialty areas like cooking. It has not been enough to prepare the company for the future, according to the...Show More Summary
AT&T Chief Executive Randall Stephenson on Thursday met in New York with U.S. President-elect Donald Trump, an opponent of the company’s acquisition of Time Warner. A spokeswoman for Trump confirmed the meeting after Stephenson was seen entering Trump Tower. Show More Summary
CloudApp is a versatile screen capture tool designed to streamline the sharing of in-process work. Trusted by companies like The New York Times and Facebook, CloudApp stood out to me amongst the many options for screen capturing. By combining high-quality screen recording with cloud sharing, CloudApp makes it easy to send visual input to colleagues. Show More Summary
Company executives at Fox News struck a secret agreement to settle accusations of sexual harassment against the network’s star Bill O’Reilly just weeks after Roger Ailes was ousted as network chairman, The New York Times reports. The report cites documents...
Sonos CEO and co-founder John MacFarlane is stepping down from his role and giving up his board seat, The New York Times reports. Patrick Spence who previously worked under MacFarlane is taking the lead role at Sonos going forward. The outgoing Sonos CEO wrote about the shift on the company’s blog: more… Filed under: Apple
John MacFarlane, the CEO of Sonos, is stepping down, he announced to The New York Times on Tuesday. MacFarlane, who has been the CEO since the company started in 2002, will also step down from the Sonos board. He will be replaced byShow More Summary
Company: Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, Inc. Location: New York, New York Industry: Not Specified Job Status: Full Time
As the Chief Operating Officer of Product, Technology, and Design for the New York Times, Tristan Boutros operates at the intersection between three disciplines that are shaping his company and his industry's future.
New York State and Entergy, an investor-owned utility company based in New Orleans, reached an agreement earlier this week to shut down the Indian Point nuclear plant, according to a report yesterday in the New York Times. Entergy owns the two nuclear reactors at Indian Point in Westchester County. One of [...]
New York Times: “Since the election, intense scrutiny has been trained on Mr. Trump’s company and the potential conflicts of interest he will face. But with Mr. Kushner laying the groundwork for his own White House role, the meeting at [...]
Apple says it has "been informed" that the app violated local regulations. It's the latest in a long history of media restrictions in China, but also of tech companies getting involved in the efforts.
Apple has removed the New York Times from its China app store, the tech giant said, after authorities told the company the app breached regulations.
Apple has removed the New York Times app from its digital store in China, acting on what it says were orders from the Chinese government. The news underlines how American information technology companies are being forced to play by China’s rules if they want to do business here — even at some cost to their […]
NEW YORK ? Winds off the coasts of the United States are so dependably strong, turbines built offshore could produce four times the amount of electricity that’s currently generated from all sources in the country. At least, that’s what...Show More Summary
President-elect Donald Trump is doing exactly what he always said he was going to do with his company, the Trump Organization. But he’s spinning it as a new decision — and the press is buying it. The New York Times, citing unnamed sources, reported Wednesday evening that Trump won’t sell his stake in his company. Show More Summary
The New York Times reports: President-elect Donald J. Trump is expected to name Andrew F. Puzder, chief executive of the company that operates the fast food outlets Hardee’s and Carl’s Jr. and an outspoken critic of the worker protections...Show More Summary
The stunning views of downtown Manhattan aren't what make Bain & Company the best place to work in the US, but they certainly don't hurt. For the third time since 2009, the year that workplace review site Glassdoor began its Employees'...Show More Summary
The president-elect jumped into corporate affairs again Tuesday, tweeting first to criticize one company and then to hail another. He began at 8:52 a.m. New York time by calling out Boeing Co. over costs to develop new Air Force One jets. Show More Summary
The Joffrey Ballet will return to New York for the first time in over 20 years. The Chicago-based company will perform Krzysztof Pastor's "Romeo and Juliet" at Lincoln Center's David H. Koch Theater, The Joyce Theater Foundation, Inc. announced Monday. The production runs March 29-April 2 and...