- May 20, 2002
- The Odd Couple
His Rolling Stone is in trouble, but at least he's got Bonnie Fuller working her black magic at Us Weekly. Now all Jann Wenner has to do is find a rock-and-roll Bonnie to save his flagship.
- February 2, 2004
- Us and Dem
Given a seemingly invincible opponent, winning isn’t the only thing for Dems. Rather, the candidates are fighting a battle for their party’s soul.
- June 16, 2003
- Pinch, Power, and the Paper
Howell Raines and Gerald Boyd may have fallen on their swords. But that doesn't mean the man who sent them into battle, Arthur Sulzberger Jr., has given up his mission to change the New York Times.
- November 23, 1998
- Bad News for the Media Elite
The national press, among the most knowledgeable and powerful (and self-important) people in the country, ended up out of the loop about the Monica mess. And, writes Michael Wolff, reclaiming their former status won't be easy.
- September 28, 1998
- Something About Bill
The talking heads are collectively outraged, but somebody needs to let them in on this dirty little secret: Bill Clinton's sex life is deeply (and appallingly) normal.
- March 11, 2002
- My Dinner With Rupert
In an unlikely turn of events -- and thanks to some shameless maneuvering to achieve (and protect) proximity -- our Murdoch-deconstructing media columnist breaks bread with the man himself.
- June 7, 1999
- The Website of Record
The Times' highly successful Internet division might, in an IPO, be worth considerably more than the paper itself -- a recipe for a titanic culture clash.
- November 4, 2002
- Tina and Sympathy
You were feeling sorry for Tina Brown because Talk died? Don't. As a columnist, she's found the best way yet to reward friends, punish enemies, and, yes, keep her buzzy brand alive.
- September 25, 2000
- Cruise Control
High above Sixth Avenue, a techie genius plots to take over drive time, using a fleet of satellites to knock out local radio. Meanwhile, who killed "Rambling With Gambling"?
- November 1, 1999
- Epstein Unbound
Freed from the shackles of corporate publishing, aging editorial wunderkind Jason Epstein has one last trick to show the book business.