chris hughes

Mark Zuckerberg’s power is "unprecedented and un-American,” Chris Hughes wrote.
T-shirts, bare feet, crickets, kids, a raccoon (!), tall grass and the setting sun. No PR machinery. No expectations, just
Just listen to NPR talk about "The Facebook."
The liberal activist and publisher has bought the magazine, which has undergone dramatic changes in recent years.
Chris Hughes took a crazy existential risk with The New Republic, and, predictably, it didn’t pan out.
The Facebook co-founder says he "underestimated the difficulty of transitioning an old and traditional institution into a digital media company."
The New Republic, the century-old magazine that was rocked a year ago by the mass exodus of its staff following an effort
Hughes, who has said he was taken aback by the fallout, has shied away from the press in the months since the shakeup. But
Check out the full story at CJR. On that front, new editor-in-chief Gabriel Snyder, who pledged in an editor’s note to cultivate
Dozens of New Republic staffers and contributing editors left the magazine in December after the resignations of Editor Frank
2014 saw a mixture of advances and stark reminders of continued injustice. The gay journey in America proceeded on many paths in 2014. Here are highlights.
Four more staff members have resigned from The New Republic, Politico reported Tuesday. In December, shortly after the magazine's
On Friday, in a column that appeared in The New York Times, Brooks charged that New Republic owner Chris Hughes has ruined
Every year brings a fresh crop of job-changers. Some are shoved out of the office involuntarily, others pick the time and circumstances. We're grateful to the following who chronicled their departures with a resignation letter in 2014.
Why, when it comes to applying their vast talents and even vaster bank accounts to the Gordian Knot of journalism, do Internet pioneers revert back to the old school model?