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(Reuters) - Rupert Murdoch, executive co-chairman of 21st Century Fox Inc, and his sons James and Lachlan agree that Fox News Channel boss Roger Ailes should leave the company but have not settled on the timing, New York magazine reported on Monday, citing anonymous sources. Show More Summary
New York circa 1908. "Broadway at Times Square -- Hotel Astor and Astor Theatre." Now playing: Paid in Full, an "effective play," according to the New York Times. 8x10 inch glass negative, Detroit Publishing Company. View full size.
…According to the New York Times: The Federal Trade Commission, in announcing the settlement with Herbalife on Friday, had strong words for the company that call into question some of its longstanding distribution practices. “This settlement will require Herbalife to
By Angela Moon NEW YORK (Reuters) - Pokemon GO, a mobile game that has rocketed to the top of Apple Inc and Android app stores in record time, looks set to challenge young internet companies which specialize in increasing foot traffic for small businesses and may end up playing a role in major brands' marketing, according to industry experts. Show More Summary
JP Morgan Chase is raising it’s internal minimum wage from $10.70 per hour to $12.00 per hour. Jamie chief executive of JPMorgan Chase, writes in the New York Times: A pay increase is the right thing to do. Wages for many Americans have gone nowhere for too long. Many employees who will receive this increase work as […]
New York Times, Ireland, Home to U.S. ‘Inversions,’ Sees Huge Growth in G.D.P.: In the United States, politicians, lawmakers and officials have derided “inversion deals,” which allow an American company to move its headquarters overseas to cut its tax bills. In Ireland, they are celebrating them. The Irish government on...
Last week, a story in the New York Times took aim at the colossal failings of a spectacularly expensive and grossly mismanaged “clean coal” project in Kemper County, Mississippi. The so-called Kemper integrated gasification combined-cycle project has become the perennial poster child for the lack of accountability in the investor-owned utility [...]
Juno Therapeutics Inc. executives, employees, and their families gather for a photograph during the company’s initial public offering at the Nasdaq MarketSite in New York, U.S., on Friday, Dec. 19, 2014. Victor J. Blue/Bloomberg News How many U.S. stock market superlatives can we get on Monday? The S&P 500 is on pace for an all-time […]
The New York Times has quietly rolled out a new update for its Crossword app on Windows 10. The company has updated the user interface for the app, giving it a modern, and cleaner user interface which looks pretty nice. In addition to the new design, The New York Times says the company has updated […]
Univision has filed a lawsuit against Charter Communications over license fees in the wake of the cable company’s acquisition of Time Warner Cable. The lawsuit, which was filed Friday in New York Supreme Court, alleges that Charter Communications is using its recent acquisition of Time Warner Cable...
Time-lapse shot of the demolition of the Star Theatre in New York City, one brick at a time. Produced by American Mutoscope and Biograph Company and preserved by the Library of Congress.
From the very beginning, the story of utility giant Southern Company's Kemper clean coal plant is a long trail of broken promises, according to a New York Times investigation - and the project's numerous critics.
New York Times, San Francisco Considers Tax on Tech Companies to Pay for Boom’s Downside: Maria Poblet, who leads an organization that assists Latino families facing eviction in San Francisco, says she appreciates the philanthropy that the city’s technology companies do in far-flung places to address global poverty and the...
New York Times But newspaper executives like Thompson often focus exclusively on the drawbacks of ad blockers, leaving a big part of the story untold. Thompson did not say one word in his keynote address about the significant security benefits of ad blockers, which is ironic, because his paper was one of several news organizations that served its users...
Airbnb is seeking to raise a new round of funding that would put the value of the company around $30 billion, according to a new report from The New York Times' Leslie Picker and Mike Isaac. A source close to the company confirmed that...Show More Summary
The New York Times has a nice investigative piece on what happens when private equity firms take over functions like fire fighting and ambulance services. A Tennessee woman slipped into a coma and died after an ambulance company took so long to assemble a crew that one worker had time for a cigarette break. Paramedics […]
The Jack Daniel’s whiskey brand is allowing tour guides at its Tennessee distillery to tell visitors that the company’s eponymous founder actually learned how to distill whiskey from a slave, the New York Times reported. The company had previously stated that Daniel was taught by a...
In a new (very interesting) profile in the New York Times about Jeff Jampol, who runs a private company that specializes in managing the estates of deceased famous musicians, an enticing tidbit of information was revealed regarding the estate of Nirvana's Kurt Cobain. Jampol — whose other wide-ranging clients include ... More »
Microsoft is going where most other tech companies fear to tread — into the legal cannabis business. No, they aren't going to be selling, buying or even handling any marijuana, but the New York Times reports that they are building aShow More Summary