NY Times Takes 4 Pulitzers, Denver Post Wins for Coverage of Aurora Shooting 5 weeks ago
The New York Times lapped the field on Monday, taking home four Pulitzer Prizes for its reporting on Walmart, Apple, China and a tragic...
By Lucas Shaw
Former News International chair Les Hinton bows to pressure, following Rebekah Brooks out the door at News Corp.
Analysis: The family that owned the Journal regrets selling to Rupert, but how can they claim they didn't know?
Ex-WSJ editor Dave Kansas moves back to the Minnesota area
Bill Grueskin, former deputy managing editor, questions why the paper is not engaged in "wrenching self-examination"
The media mogul is quietly spending a lot on high-tech education, and he's hired a top New York innovator to help him
Despite daily dip, Los Angeles Times registers best circulation results "in eight years"
Bump provided by cable networks, offset by profit slide at 20th Century Fox; MySpace remains "a problem"
Newspaper industry sees overall decline, but digital circulation softens print blow
Finance and tech experts responded with a resounding “I doubt it” to reports that AOL was circling the listing Internet giant Yahoo for a possible merger.
New York epidemic hits News Corp. offices; bug-sniffing dogs called in
The newspaper wars between the New York Times and the Wall Street Journal is re-imagined with a touch of "West Side Story"
Deborah Needleman to replace U.K.-bound Tina Gaudoin
Tina Gaudoin resigns, will move back to London to be with husband
Having successfully irked the Times, Rupert Murdoch sets sights on other markets
WSJ responds to cease-and-desist; Times Co. CEO says "Greater New York" yet to make a dent
Murdoch: "Any talk of us spending $30 million in a war is b.s."
Murdoch said results "confirm that no content company is stronger" than us
It's Rupert V. Pinch, fighting a 20th century war in the 21st century
Rupert Murdoch's shot at the Times is packed with local ads, but is it a paper tiger?
Paper calls Murdoch's Obama claims "simply wrong"
Murdoch acknowledges not-so-secret project: "It will be feisty"
Second media plagiarism scandal in as many weeks
Pulitzer Prize-winning automotive columnist joins WSJ this spring
Journal e-subscription to cost $14.99 per month, Post for $9.99
Latest flare-up between rival papers involves editors, media reporter
Richard Linklater’s third peek into the love story of the couple played by Julie Delpy and Ethan Hawke celebrates romance, compromise, disillusionment and the glory of conversation