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Washington Post’s Business Struggles as Frustrations Mount

In the years after Jeff Bezos bought The Washington Post in 2013, business boomed. Droves of readers bought digital subscriptions, and the newsroom roughly doubled in size, adding hundreds more […]




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Infighting Overshadows Big Plans at The Washington Post

When Sally Buzbee joined The Washington Post a year ago this month, she took over a newsroom that had nearly doubled to more than 1,000 journalists under the ownership of […]




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New York Times Names Marc Lacey and Carolyn Ryan as Managing Editors

Joseph F. Kahn, newly appointed as the next executive editor of The New York Times, announced his leadership team on Wednesday in a memo that urged his colleagues “to produce […]




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Joe Kahn Is Named Executive Editor of The New York Times

Joseph Kahn edited his high school’s paper and went on to serve as president of Harvard’s undergraduate daily, The Crimson, before graduating in 1987 with a degree in history. He […]




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Local Newspapers Find Hints of Success With Online Subscriptions

But the past several years have revealed that by doing well in one’s backyard, one can support a staff large enough to cover it ambitiously.The Los Angeles Times has more […]







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Judge Upholds His Block on New York Times Coverage of Project Veritas

The leader of Project Veritas, Mr. O’Keefe, often uses surreptitious cameras and faked identities in videos that are meant to embarrass news outlets, Democratic officials, labor groups and liberals. In […]







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Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp Australia to Ease Climate Change Denial

SYDNEY, Australia — After years of casting doubt on climate change and attacking politicians who favored corrective action, Rupert Murdoch’s media outlets in his native Australia are planning an editorial […]