But there's some residual bitterness.
The BBC scandal is officially in the building.
A letter published in a July edition of the Times' Ethicist column describes a situation not unlike the David Petraeus affair.
Life imitates the "Hanukkah Song (Part 2)."
The Times "Style" section strikes again.
Both newspapers will allow free access to their websites and mobile apps.
Deniability, but is it plausible?
Arthur Sulzberger Jr. is standing by his new CEO despite a possible cover-up.
God forbid he shield himself from the storm.
After eighteen months, a contract agreement "in concept."
Third-quarter earnings follow a now familiar pattern.
He didn't seem to know about "Jimmy's Specials."
Mark Thompson gave an interview explaining himself to his soon-to-be newspaper.
The sex-abuse scandal at the BBC is not good news for new boss Mark Thompson.
Mark Thompson was head of the network during an alleged cover-up.
It was a strawberry frappe, not mango juice.
Because, if there's one thing the Financial Times fashion editor hates, it's dressing for bloggers.
We interviewed the purveyor of good taste after Paris Fashion Week.