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New York Times Decides Not To Fire Glenn Thrush After Accusations Of Misconduct
An internal investigation at the paper concluded that Thrush had acted offensively but "does not deserve to be fired."
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New York Times Subscriptions Jump Each Time Trump Attacks, Says Editor
"Every time he tweets it drives subscriptions wildly," says Dean Baquet.
Corey Lewandowski: New York Times Editor 'Should Be In Jail' For Publishing Trump Tax Documents
“It’s egregious,” Lewandowski said.
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New York Times Editor Slams Fox News, CNN As 'Bad For Democracy'
Dean Baquet also called CNN's hiring of Corey Lewandowski "outrageous."
New York Times Eyes Ambitious Overhaul In Quest For 'Journalistic Dominance'
The paper's top editors plan to rethink pretty much everything.
2015's Most Memorable PR Moments and Cringeworthy Catastrophes -- The Year's PR Winners and Losers
Having managed crises and public relations disasters for the past three decades, I can't help but see the headlines through a particular lens. Suffice it to say, as far as PR goes, 2015 did not disappoint.
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New York Times Editor Dean Baquet Defends Controversial Osama Bin Laden Magazine Story
But he acknowledges the Washington bureau should have been consulted more.
NYT Exec Editor Responds To Amazon's Jay Carney
Dear Jay, In response to your posting on Medium this morning, I want to reiterate my support for our story about Amazon’s
The New York Times Looks Abroad To Meet Ambitious Expansion Plans
"Our goal is to have audience that is robust and deeply engaged.”
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New York Times Shakes Up Washington Bureau As Elisabeth Bumiller Named Chief
The moves make official what's already been the reality in the newsroom.
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Alessandra Stanley, New York Times TV Critic, Will Cover 'The Richest Of The Rich'
Stanley, he wrote, will report on "the way the richest of the rich -- the top 1 percent of the 1 percent -- are influencing
New York Times Shifts Focus Off Print Page One As It Looks Toward Digital Future
While Baquet's changes are a step toward the paper's digital future, the Times isn't abandoning print. Just last night, the
New York Times Names David Halbfinger Presidential Campaign Editor As 2016 Team Grows
Washington bureau chief Carolyn Ryan wrote to staff Thursday that Halbfinger would bring his "customary energy and intelligence
New York Times Editor Dean Baquet: Media Failed After 9/11, Hopes Next Snowden Comes To Them
Der Spiegel's Isabell Hülsen and Holger Stark also asked Baquet about one of the paper's most pivotal, and controversial
New York Times Only Top U.S. Newspaper Not To Publish Charlie Hebdo Cover
The paper has also published controversial works like Andres Serrano's “Piss Christ,” which shows a crucifix submerged in
With Buyouts Over, New York Times Looks Ahead In 2015
In the note (titled "Charting the Future"), Baquet outlined the paper's plan for the years to come, which includes beefing
Following Layoffs, NYT Culture Section Devoid Of Black Reporters
According to Journal-isms, other journalists of color are also being affected by the recent cuts. Metro reporter Kia Gregory
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