Layoffs cost the newsroom 25 percent of its staff
“We are mimicking TV ..USA Today appearing in a local newspaper is like NBC News appearing on the local affiliates airwaves,” the publisher tells TheWrap
Prather will start his new position in the New Year
Amazon founder says he doesn't have any instant solution, but promises period of experimentation.
Owning the Post gives Bezos a seat at the Old Establishment table
Full text of Jeff Bezos' letter to the Washington Post staff: "I won’t be leading the day-to-day"
Sale includes some affiliated businesses, including Greater Washington Publishing, the Gazette newspapers and Express
Counter to conventional wisdom, they say advertising went away and there’s nothing newspapers could have done about it
Let the paywall debate rage on, as more and more newspapers start charging for content
The newspaper magnate may want to buy the New York Times-owned paper
Alec Baldwin denied calling a Post photographer a racial epithet, a "crackhead" and a "drug dealer"
The Los Angeles Times' TV listings will appear only online starting Tuesday, Feb. 26
Kevin Merida's promotion is effective immediately
Anoushka Healy is the new chief strategy officer, William Lewis will be the chief creative officer.
Glen Johnson will serve as a senior adviser to newly-named Secretary of State John Kerry
Hackers in China have been broken into reporters' and employee accounts for the last four months
Joe Sexton is the latest editor to leave the New York Times as the paper's buyout deadline looms
The supermarket tabloid best known for unsubstantiated divorce stories, end-of-the-world predictions and mutant aliens wants you to pay up to read
The Los Angeles Times is expected to keep its separate agreement with the news service
Editor Marty Baron stepped down earlier this month to become editor of the Washington Post
Tim Rutten was laid off in August 2011 for what he implied was ageism but what others said involved errors in his stories
James Harding was one of the Times' youngest editors ever
The stodgy Financial Times goes for hip-hop slang -- too bad it's many years outdated
Some employees will be offered new jobs at Cleveland.com, petition says
Critics ask why photographer didn't help man; he says he tried to alert conductor
Newspaper looks to cut costs after agreeing to new deal with union
Robert Thomson, managing editor of the Wall Street Journal and editor in chief of Dow Jones, brings credibility to the scandal-plagued unit
The New York Times' new contract with its union preserves pension plans and increases compensation
Vernon Loeb, a high-ranking Washington Post editor who co-authored Paula Broadwell's book on David Petraeus, has so far remained silent on the sex scandal
Mainstream news websites were quick to post large headlines on their homepages moments after Ohio fell