That is, apparently, the plan.
Today is your last day to make an offer on a faltering (but legendary!) newsmagazine.
So he apologized with a joke about Gandhi.
He says: I've "been advised by my physician that I must undergo a course of chemotherapy on my esophagus. This advice seems persuasive to me."
The outgoing 'Times Magazine' editor will be going upstairs to do ... something.
By sucking up to his friend's dad.
Two more marquee names for the investigation network.
Who will succeed Chuck Townsend now?
But she still might work with the cable news network.
That's just the tip of the iceberg.
This is an exciting opportunity for a handful of talented editors.
Why it's a shame he did.
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.