- September 21, 1998 | This Media Life
- Sigh, Newhouse
Post-Tina, the cash-hemorrhaging "New Yorker" may have lost the affection Of its billionaire owner. Would somebody be so kind as to take it off Si's hands?
- May 14, 2001 | This Media Life
- Pride and Property
The Gone With the Wind case pits our notion of freedom against someone else's commercial interest. What happened to writers on the way to the entertainment economy?
- July 12, 1999 | This Media Life
- Eisner Un-Moused?
He took Disney from the doldrums to the heart of the Dow, but with the loss of Michael Eisner's best lieutenants, the magic has evaporated from the Magic Kingdom.
- January 20, 2003 | This Media Life
- Playing Mogul Murder
It's a great new parlor game -- imagining what happens if your favorite media tycoon gets hit by a bus. And figuring out who wins and who loses can tell us a lot about our future.
- November 16, 1998 | This Media Life
- Gates Unhinged
Sure, Microsoft's a monopoly, but the government's attack is pitched at something larger: hubris. As Bill Gates's deeply weird video testimony showed, it's not a moment too soon.
- December 6, 1999 | This Media Life
- The E Decade
E is for electronic, for equity, for entrepreneur, and, even for erotica. But most of all, E is for the greatest economic boom the world has ever seen. How a dream -- and it's still a dream -- changed everything.
- June 24, 2002 | This Media Life
- Manhattan Ending
Woody Allen's unfortunate little court case wasn't just about the money. It was a public forum about the value, the very existence, of Woody Allen movies -- and Woody himself.
- April 5, 1999 | This Media Life
- Judith's Untold Story
Monica-bashing book editor Judith Regan doesn't feel your pain -- or anyone else's, for that matter. She feels her own pain! And therein lies the secret to her blazing success.
- June 17, 2002 | This Media Life
- The Andy Problem
Wherein I huddle with candidate Cuomo and attempt to parse the personality issue: Why he comes off as too ambitious, too intense. And why, in the end, maybe it won't matter.
- October 22, 2001 | This Media Life
- Post Mortem?
Rupert Murdoch has been willing -- for fun and political profit -- to lose millions to keep his pet tabloid going. Now, finally, his patience may be running out.