Dylan Byers

Murdoch's 'New York Post' Makes Boss a Nonstory

Paper buries foam-filled hearing on page 35

The New York Post has been shying away from the hacking scandal in which its parent company, News Corp., has been embroiled lately. So it's not really a surprise that the paper…

The Man Who Attacked Rupert Murdoch

Who is 'Jonnie Marbles'?

The man who attacked Rupert Murdoch during Tuesday’s hearing is Jonathan May-Bowles, a self-described "writer, comedian, activist and blogger" and one of the founders of the anti-tax cut activist group…

The Curious Case of the HuffPo Ghost

Marion Nestle's memory lapse and disappearing byline

Last Friday, the Huffington Post ran an opinion piece by Geoffrey Canada, the president and CEO of Harlem Children’s Zone, and Marion Nestle, a food studies and sociology professor at…

The Ben Bradlee of Phone Hacking

'Guardian' editor Alan Rusbridger wouldn't let investigation die

Rupert Murdoch has met his match. For years now, the News Corp. head has seemed bulletproof, or at least Teflon-coated; scandal has seemingly slid right off him. But suddenly the ongoing…

Is Huffington Post Throwing Its Writers Under the Bus?

Editor Peter Goodman discusses decision to suspend Amy Lee

The Huffington Post is no stranger to criticism about its aggregation practices. But when Advertising Age's Simon Dumenco called out the website over a story that borrowed heavily from a…

Gilt Groupe CMO David Zucker Out After Seven Months

Co-founder Alexis Maybank to take over role

David Zucker, chief marketing officer at luxury online retailer Gilt Groupe, is leaving his current position and will be replaced by company co-founder Alexis Maybank. He will have no further…

Will 2012 Be Defined by Twitter?

Town hall with Obama was only the beginning of the platform’s election-year audience grab

Few celebrity endorsements are as beneficial to a brand as the presidential imprimatur. What clout—or, rather, Klout—the commander in chief lacks compared with Lady Gaga or Justin Bieber he makes…

Forensic Art Expert Sues 'New Yorker' Author

Wants $2 million for defamation over David Grann piece

Forensic art expert Peter Paul Biro brought a $2 million defamation suit Wednesday against The New Yorker staff writer David Grann and Advance Magazine Publishers (owners of Condé Nast, which…

The Can’t-Miss at Cannes

These are the panels everyone will be talking about

Creative leaders and communications experts from around the globe will gather on the French Riviera beginning June 19 for the 58th annual Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity, the most…

Fast Chat: Bruce Headlam

The NYT media desk editor shares his feelings about Times documentary 'Page One'

Adweek: So, how’d you feel about the movie? Bruce Headlam: How did I feel about it? Yeah, did you like it? Well, I don’t even like seeing pictures of myself, so seeing myself…