Texas Monthly expected to file suit against Times over newly named magazine editor, Jake Silverstein
With a University of Oregon professor teaching Cli-Fi fiction, the genre is becoming more than just a trend
Magazine will undergo a redesign under former Texas Monthly editor-in-chief
Reporter has contributed to the paper's magazine and Bloomberg View
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Though it only loses 13 issues, the magazine is also redesigning
The Twitter IPO valuation just went up
Newspapers continue to struggle to keep up in the information age, shedding $10 in print advertising for every dollar earned online
No explanation for the technical problems is given, but the paper's homepage now appears to be up and running again
Executive Steve Stoute blasts the music recording academy for snubbing culturally relevant artists, even as they invite them to perform
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Larry Cohen says her death was likely a road-rage incident -- and that Harold Smith had nothing to do with it
JPMorgan Chase joins major creditors in a multi-million-dollar agreement to settle the two-year bankruptcy
The move may be a precursor to digital acquisitions
Ernst & Young's Howard Bass on why CFOs believe in new technology, despite dwindling bottom lines
David Carr steps aside for writer of the Artsbeat blog
Hollywood mogul offered eyed 19% stake; Google was also in talks.