As the season known as The Most Important Presidential Election Ever nears its apogee (or nadir, depending on your opinion of politics), news organizations ought to be putting as much time, treasure, […]
We were just having fun making posters. There was no time to think about what we were doing. It was a furious time, but I think most great art is created in […]
Exxon Mobil is acting like a dinosaur now, not adopting to a changing environment. â€” Stephen Viederman, a New York shareholder, after “Exxon Mobilâ€™s chairman and chief executive, Rex W. Tillerson, defeated […]
[P]erhaps the most compelling evidence against the existence of a boysâ€™ crisis is that men continue to outearn women in the workplace. â€” from a report by the American Association of University […]
Hhaing The Yu, 29, in rain falling on the ruins of his home, in a township outside Yangon, Myanmar. This is not about politics; it is about saving people’s lives. There is […]
I think blogs are dedicated to cruelty, theyâ€™re dedicated to dishonesty, theyâ€™re dedicated to speed. â€” Buzz Bissinger, author of â€œFriday Night Lightsâ€ and other bestsellers, castigating blogs on HBO’s “Costas Now”; […]
In a garbage dump in Haiti, people scavenge for food. They look at me and say, â€˜Papa, Iâ€™m hungry,â€™ and I have to look away. Itâ€™s humiliating and it makes you angry. […]
Pop quiz: Did you know that you may lose your television service in less than ten months?
By Martin Bosworth Is the answer to the above question “No?” Well, that’s part of the problem–millions of Americans are in the same boat, and they are equally unaware of the situation […]
Say what? A new business model for news should begin with … profit?
It’s the new conventional wisdom: The news biz is dying. Declining circulation. Abandonment by advertisers. Falling revenues. Cuts in staffing to reduce costs. The news biz needs a new business model, the […]