The glossy editor is returning to London.
So sayeth Deborah Needleman, former 'Domino' editor.
The childishness continues.
That's the thesis of an exhaustive 'Atlantic' article out today.
Despite a disdain for awards-seeking in the upper echelons of News Corp., editors at the 'Journal' are rethinking their nonchalance toward the industry's top laurels.
All before 10 a.m. Let us get some coffee in us, at least!
Lots of news for rich New Yorkers!
But the numbers behind the numbers still aren't too rosy.
On almost every beat of the new 'Journal' New York section, the 'Times' already has nearly double the staff.
Just in time for the 'Journal''s New York section!
"What's Heard on the Street Doesn't Really Matter."
And even better, it looks like the collusion wasn't illegal!
A meeting today among representatives of fifteen major papers could mean a lot of things.
If the paper so chooses.
A Huffington Post reporter raises an excellent, obvious question.
God forbid he send the paper some traffic for one of its own stories.
So we'll have one newspaper, at least.
'Newspapers are mostly really terrible and they deserve to die,' the nerd icon announced. 'And network news is mostly really terrible and it deserves to go down.'