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How Did AT&T’s $100 Billion Time Warner Deal Go So Wrong?

A year later, in the summer of 2016, Mr. Ginsberg, Time Warner’s head of communications, had breakfast with Peter Chernin, his former boss at News Corp. and a trusted adviser […]




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New York Post Takes Aim at Trump, and Hits a Nerve

Since Election Day last week, The New York Post’s front pages have been merciless to former President Donald J. Trump. First, the paper heralded his political rival, Gov. Ron DeSantis […]




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How Molly Jong-Fast Tweeted Her Way to Liberal Media Stardom

Last month, Ms. Jong-Fast sat barefoot in her spacious but homey Upper East Side co-op, surrounded by the bric-a-brac of uptown literary life: Fornasetti candles, her grandfather’s Emmy, a pillow […]




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Confusion and Frustration Reign as Elon Musk Cuts Half of Twitter’s Staff

Other employees were still being summoned to meetings. Esther Crawford, a project manager, asked people to join a “standup” meeting at 9:30 p.m. in San Francisco on Thursday as some […]










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Ahead of Midterms, Disinformation Is Even More Intractable

Ahead of the midterm elections, the proliferation of alternative social media sites has helped cement false and misleading information as a defining feature of American politics. Read More




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Are We Past Peak Newsletter?

The humble email newsletter, which became a star in its own right, appears headed back to earth. Read More




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Suzanne Scott’s Vision for Fox News Gets Tested in Court

Suzanne Scott remade Fox News Media into a lucrative consumer brand. But a $1.6 billion defamation suit against the company is testing her strategy and leadership. Read More