Some unlikely outside groups are starting to jump on the buzz-worthiness of the New York Times’ firing of Jill Abramson as a way to push their agendas.
Following her surprising, controversial firing as editor of The New York Times, Jill Abramson is giving a previously scheduled commencement speech at Wake Forest University today. Watch live below.
In a move so surprising that even her own newspaper is describing it as “unexpected,” Jill Abramson has stepped down as executive editor of The New York Times after less than three years in the position, the Times announced
The New York Times website redesign now has an official launch date: Jan. 8. A “very small percentage” of Times readers will be getting an early preview of the new site starting today, a spokesperson for the Times said.
It’s been over a month since Hugo Lindgren confirmed his departure as editor of the New York Times Magazine, but don’t expect a successor to be named anytime soon.
Forbes’ most estrogen-heavy annual list, The World's 100 Most Powerful Women, is a who’s who of politicians, celebrities, and CEOs. While this year’s Top 5 was heavy on politics (German chancellor Angela Merkel was No. 1) and philanthropy (Melinda Gates at No.
The New York Times is attempting to save costs by implementing another round of newsroom staff cuts. According to a memo sent by executive editor Jill Abramson this morning, the newspaper is looking for 30 buyouts among newsroom staff.
Forbes has released its World’s 100 Most Powerful Women ranking, and once again, it includes a host of bigwigs in media—14 in all—spanning the TV, digital and print spheres.