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Is the Time Warner deal bad for New York City?

When one of the largest companies in a city is acquired by another company from out of town, the consequences are usually bad. The headquarters disappears, the top executives are no longer as big a... To view the full story, click the title link.

What to expect from Microsoft’s Windows 10 event on October 26th

It’s time for another big Microsoft event. The software giant is holding a software and possibly hardware event on October 26th in New York, where the company is expected to talk about the future of Windows 10 and a lot more. Unlike Apple or Google events, there haven’t been many leaks about what exactly Microsoft […]

One year after taking over the fantasy football world, DraftKings and FanDuel are reportedly running out of cash and can't pay their vendors

High-profile daily fantasy companies DraftKings and FanDuel are dealing with severe cash flow problems and are months behind paying vendors, The New York Times reported on Sunday. According to Joe Drape of the Times, the two companies...Show More Summary

New York Times Company Buys The Wirecutter

The company also bought The Sweethome, a sister site. Both are product recommendation websites that offer guides on tech gadgets and home products.

Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Recall Continues To Boost iPhone 7 And 7 Plus

The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 recall has been a brand-damaging event for Samsung. On Sunday morning, the New York Times wrote an article about the recall impact. “For South Koreans, the company’s progression from an assembler of clunky transistor...Show More Summary

Mass internet disruption caused by DDoS attack on DNS company Dyn (update)

A major cyberattack affected hundreds of websites today, including the New York Times, Reddit, Twitter, Spotify, and eBay. The attack actually centered on Dyn, a New Hampshire-based company that offers a platform to optimize websites’ online performance. Show More Summary

PhotoPlus Expo 2016 – Show Floor Highlights

As usual, I had a great time at the PhotoPlus Expo in New York City. There was so much to see that my head was spinning! It was also nice to reconnect with many familiar faces. And as usual, I have a long list of companies and products that I’m racing to share with you so that […]

NY Times:Corporate Tax Problems And Solutions

New York Times op-ed: The Big Companies That Avoid Taxes, by David Leonhardt: Donald Trump has become the country’s most notorious tax shirker. And while his long avoidance of federal income taxes is extreme, it’s also part of a larger problem. The most affluent and powerful parts of our society...

Slimmer New York Times gives Sulzberger son less room for error

New York Times Co.’s heir apparent is inheriting a newspaper company that’s struggling to transform itself. His cross-town rival is getting more support from Wall Street as it faces the... To view the full story, click the title lin...

The Al Sharpton of Power Companies Set to Get a New York State Bailout

The Reverend Al Sharpton is famous. What he should be is notorious. He has many, many life lowlights. The one that pertains to our conversation here is the 2014 New York Times report that he was at that time $4.5 million short on his federal and New York state taxes. Show More Summary

New York Times Names A.G. Sulzberger Deputy Publisher

6 days agoNews : NYTimes: News

The selection, coming at a crucial moment for the company, positions him to succeed his father as publisher.

Everlane is Thinking About Adding Stores

"We have a quote in the New York Times that says we'll shut the company down before we open up a retail store," said Everlane CEO Michael Preysman on Thursday at the Fashion Tech Forum in Brooklyn, New York. The founder was joined on stage by designer Rebekka Bay to discuss their partnership... Continue reading

‘His Hands Were All Over Me’

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Jessica Leeds, a businesswoman at a paper company, was sitting next to Donald J. Trump on a flight to New York in the early 1980s. She told The Times that he lifted the armrest and began to grope her.

Experience ‘RIKERS,’ Face to Face

2 weeks agoNews : Truthdig

By Bill Moyers / Moyers & Company For the first time in an extended documentary, former detainees at Rikers Island talk directly into camera about their experience in New York City’s largest and most notorious jail. RIKERS premieres Nov. 15 at 10 p.m. on WNET/Thirteen.

Employee morale at Twitter is reportedly tanking as possible acquisition talks continue

Despite reports that it had lost interest in the company, it appears Salesforce may still want to buy Twitter as the two companies are still involved in negotiations, The New York Times reported on Monday. Amid uncertainty of the possible...Show More Summary

Twitter said to still be in buyout talks with Salesforce - CNET

2 weeks agoTechnology / Internet : Webware

The cloud computing company hasn't bowed out yet, according to the New York Times, despite investors' apparent disapproval.

New York Jets offense looks better in Week 5, still fall to the Pittsburgh Steelers 31-13

For the first time this season, the New York Jets’ offense didn’t turn the ball over once on Sunday. Ryan Fitzpatrick and company had their best performance since Week 2 against the Buffalo Bills, but New York still fell to the Pittsburgh Steelers 31-13 and have now dropped to 1-4 this season. Show More Summary

Trump's Tax Dodge Shows Indifference To Others

If you were angered by the recent revelations in the New York Times that Donald Trump probably has not been paying his fair share of taxes, you've got a lot of company. Even though I think the Intercept has been unfair to Hillary Clinton...Show More Summary

Road to New York Day 8 – Adventure Time Marshall Lee Spectacular!

On Day 8 of BOOM! Studios’ Road to New York Comic-Con 2016, the company announces the new all-ages, digital only Adventure Time Marshall Lee spectacular. Details follow the jump. BOOM! Studios and comiXology Announce Digital-Exclusive...Show More Summary

A behind-the-scenes look at what actually goes on during an IPO on the New York Stock Exchange

There are few things more anticipated in the stock market than an initial public offering, or IPO. IPOs occur when companies offer their stock, or shares of the firm, to the public for the first time. There are a few exchanges in the...Show More Summary

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