Daily Beast Still Reeling From 'Brill-gate'


In journalistic circles, the name Brill has come to be associated with comebacks—but it’s also one that Tina Brown’s The Daily Beast probably wishes would just go away.
 
This past week, a red-faced Beast added an unusually large number of notes and corrections to an article it published back in July. The author was freelancer Emily Brill, the daughter of Steven Brill, the journalism watchdog/entrepreneur with a fierce reputation as a boss.
 
Emily’s 2,000-word article, titled Harvard vs.

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