News Corp. Names 2 Executives to Split-Off Publishing Company 15 weeks ago
News Corporation appointed two new executives for the so-called "New News Corporation," the publishing entity breaking off from...
By Alexander C. Kaufman
Barnes & Noble plans to shutter stores over the next decade
Movies and TV shows inspired by Condé Nast articles look like juicy cash cows to the struggling publishing company
Byliner will co-publish original Times e-books and Vook will publish collections of archived articles
Newspaper looks to cut costs after agreeing to new deal with union
Katherine Boo wins for nonfiction, Louise Erdrich wins for fiction at the 63rd awards presented in New York City
Three of the Tribune Co.'s newspapers have partnered with an Evanston, Ill., publisher and plan to release 50 ebooks by the end of the year
Tom Hanks, Meg Ryan, Meryl Streep, Mike Nichols, Scott Rudin were among the notable names attending a memorial service for the late writer-director Nora Ephron
Guest Blog: Apple and Amazon have simply taken advantage of a situation in which publishers have completely dropped the ball
Declining enrollment at Kaplan education and poor ad sales at its publishing division lead to $6.2 million in net losses
Zak Kadison's company, which has a first-look deal at Imagine Entertainment, will work with Random House to develop projects
With Finkelstein running the day-to-day, he says: “I am the CEO, I was the CEO and will continue to be the CEO”
TV stations provide bump to privately-held media company, according to results filed with U.S. Bankruptcy Court
Latest stunt by David Granger is foray into augmented reality with an SI supermodel
WikiLeaks founder's book to be published in April
The controversial hacker will use the $1.5 million to fight sexual assault allegations
Mogul's "Project," due next week, could be a rival to Rupe's "Daily" newspaper
Ray Chelstowskia nnounces he's leaving the magazine; no successor named
Two days before her TLC reality series debuts, former Alaska Governor announces new book tour
Former Los Angeles Times managing editor is forced out after less than a year on the job
Guccione dies at 79 after a long battle with cancer
Executive who had been suspended for sending lewd companywide e-mail steps down
Publisher predicts a dystopian future without a print edition of the New York Times; date "TBD"
Daily News editor steps down, while William Baldwin, who has been running Forbes in all but title, becomes a writer
"Mad Money" host Jim Cramer: "I knew nothing"
When you have an individual like Lynne Segall, you thank your good fortune she is on your team
Will leave company he founded two years after selling it to Guardian News & Media
Christine White was the woman next to William Shatner in "Nightmare at 20,000 Feet"