An axed Maine political reporter writes to tell how local papers that close their Washington bureaus are hurting the cause of democracy. Plus, the latest in finance, law, media, and real-estate news.
Richard Fuld’s bank has another up-and-down day; NBC’s Jeff Zucker is pleased with himself; and J.Crew brings Nantucket red to Tribeca.
Plus, lawyers make criminals sing (to 'Don Giovanni'), another spectacular apartment you can't afford hits the market, and more, in our daily industry roundup.
The actress smoothly buys into a hard-to-crack co-op, while JPMorgan and the New York 'Times' struggle, in our daily digest of real-estate, finance, media and law news.
That's a whole $8 million more than the couple got for Shiloh! Is it because there's two of them or because of inflation? Plus: Citigroup's seven-point plan for saving itself, the Palazzo Chupi triplex goes on sale, and other things that make you go hmmm, in our daily roundup of media, finance, real-estate and law news.
Plus the latest from the Federal Reserve, Skadden, Condé Nast, and Warren Buffett, in today's industry report.
Finally, right? Plus, David Brooks thinks Goldman Sachs may be on the cusp of a coup, and the "summer of legal vindication" kicks off in our hump-day roundup of media, finance, law, and real-estate news.
The battle between 50 Cent and Shaniqua Tompkins rages on, Columbia bulldozes most of the Upper West Side, more big changes at the Murdoch-owned 'Wall Street Journal,' and other epic battles, in our daily roundup of news from the law, real-estate, media, and finance sectors.
Plus, '02138' graduates to a new publisher, Bush goes online, and Skadden makes big bucks — all in our daily industry roundup.
Plus, Skadden's role in the failed Microsoft-Yahoo talks, what Perez Hilton is doing in James Frey's new novel, and the rest of today's industry gossip.
Plus, things are looking up on Wall Street, Skadden is doing better at doing good, and Andre Balazs finally sells the Hotel QT — all in our daily industry roundup.
Not enough 'Times' newsroom workers are taking the buyouts, BlackBerrys are outlawed at a law firm, and Ikea is finally arriving.