But how will they use it?
According to the 'Observer,' he'll be gone by summer's end.
A Chinese media conglomerate's bid for the troubled newsweekly was swiftly rejected.
The one where they lost 7-0.
Those gays never stopped consuming, apparently.
The recently controversial entertainment scribe has found a new home.
Richard Johnson has a new handmaiden.
Clark Hoyt, you're free!
He replaces Josh Tyrangiel, who left in November to helm 'Bloomberg Businessweek.'
The 'Voice' says the failed deal was a result of Gothamist's own hubris.
The 'Vogue' publisher wants to helm his own company.
A Brit! That will solve everything for CNN.
The new trend: cleaner living, fewer boobs.
"We want our addiction memoirists to nearly die young and definitely stay pretty."
Appointment comes after a fourteen-year courtship.