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Links 1 through 10 of 108 by Nik Silver tagged nytimes

"My conclusion is that The Times has pulled no punches in reporting on Mr. Thompson’s role and on the wider BBC story. And that’s not always easy."

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"...Sullivan, on the other hand, rather than speaking for the public, has herself become aggressively public. She picks her battles; she's the arbiter; she tackles what's on her mind about what's wrong with the Times."

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In shocking revelations from Anonymous, it turns out New York Times reporters do their jobs rigorously.

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"The New York Times, which was set to sell its About.com unit to Answers.com, now looks ready to sell it to Barry Diller instead."

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"Craig Huber, an independent research analyst with Huber Research Partners, cautioned that Mr. Thompson’s adjustment to a company driven by ad and circulation revenue would take time."

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"The New York Times Company continues to shrink, selling off one asset after another in an attempt to delay the inevitable--a significant restructuring of its flagship newspaper."

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"...shouldn’t the NYT, which can always use a bit of extra revenue, take advantage of the fact that its stories can move markets so much?"

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"The venerable U.S. newspaper group revealed a bonus structure that rewards bosses with 175 percent of their target payouts for achieving a mere 2.5 percent return on invested capital. That’s a fraction of the company’s cost of funds, and much lower than its own previous standard."

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"The original title was “How Companies Learn Your Secrets”. Kashmir Hill, a writer at Forbes, realized this and quickly developed a condensed version of the article with a far more powerful title: “How Target Figured Out A Teen Girl Was Pregnant Before Her Father Did“. It cut out the crap and got to the real shocker of the story."

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"The New York Observer's Foster Kamer has a dispatch about how the New York Times has "bought out" several of its veteran employees, while retaining them as "contractors" to do the same jobs they were doing before. [...] The Observer doesn't connect the situation with the Times's previous news coverage of the independent contractor issue."

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