"Not just regular cheerleaders.”
Get along, you two.
Cablevision is accusing the Daily News publisher of "a campaign of intimidation and extortion."
They'll never get those magical days back.
The 'Voice' says the failed deal was a result of Gothamist's own hubris.
This one is going to take a moment to explain.
The NHL is continuing its months-long scuffle with the Dolan family over the team's Website, and raising the stakes.
That is, squeaking a winning season out of Isiah Thomas's Knicks.
In a surprise move, Cablevision reenters the contest for the beleaguered paper with a bid $70 million higher than Murdoch's.
Hillary Clinton hit Barack Obama on Reverend Jeremiah Wright even as critics slammed her for fibbing about Bosnian sniper fire, Sean Combs smacked down rumors that he was involved with Tupac's shooting, and other events of the week that was.
Turns out it's not just Rupert Murdoch who's interested in buying Newsday; Mort Zuckerman, the real-estate magnate who owns the Daily News, and James Dolan, whose family owns Cablevision, Madison Square Garden, and the Knicks, are making bids as well.