Mike Knoop

NLRB Sets Deadline for Thomson Reuters Settlement

Thomson Reuters and its unionized employees now have until April 28 to reach a settlement, or the National Labor Relations Board will issue a complaint against the company that will […]

Another Reminder: Send a Thank-You Note, Job Seekers

Are you in the habit of sending thank-you notes after a job interview? In case you didn’t already know, here’s more evidence that it’s a practice worth keeping up with. […]

Job Openings Rise, But Market Remains Tough for Seekers

The Economic Policy Institute analyzes some employment statistics released yesterday by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, showing that job openings were up by 352,000 in February. That may sound like […]

The British Are Hiring! And Other Job Listings

Calling all Anglophiles — the British Embassy is looking for a Washington-based PR chief. We could load up this intro with numerous clichéd Britishisms, but we’ll cop some British reserve […]

Internet Ads Top Newspapers | Huffington Responds to Lawsuit | More Yesterday’s News

An Internet Advertising Board report has revealed that for the first time, Internet ad sales surpassed newspaper sales last year, according to Business Insider. Revenue totaled $26 billion, edging out […]

Patch Sites to Grow Under AOL Ownership

We’re not trying to be all-Huffington, all-the-time here, but such is the nature of media consolidation. There’s been a flurry of articles about the status of Patch.com following the HuffPo/AOL […]

Some Reactions to the Bloggers’ Suit Against HuffPo

Our post yesterday about the news of unpaid bloggers taking the Huffington Post to court inspired some retweets and discussion, including this comment by Nicholas Roberts: I expect the argument […]

New Yorker’s Franzen Freebie | CPB Escapes Cuts | More Yesterday’s News

Jonathan Franzen writing about his buddy David Foster Wallace? Sounds like crack to a certain breed of contemporary-lit fanboy (i.e., me), which might be why The New Yorker picked just […]

SF Journos Attest to Layoffs, Downsizing Over Past Decade

The job churn among professional journalists in the San Francisco Bay Area has been dramatically documented by a new San Francisco Peninsula Press Club survey. According to the San Francisco […]

Unpaid HuffPo Bloggers File Class-Action Lawsuit

The Huffington Post’s unpaid bloggers now want a chunk of the site’s $315 million sale to AOL, and today they’re angling for it in the form of a class-action lawsuit. […]