But the press release ends on a high note!
Inside the network's lumbering monster is a deadly weapon.
Arthur Gregg Sulzberger, the 28-year-old son of 'Times' publisher Arthur Sulzberger Jr., is leaving his job as a reporter at the 'Oregonian' newspaper to return to New York and the 'Times.'
The Gray Lady will merge the international paper's Website with its own. But it's not a cost-saving measure!
A reporter spies on the party mourning the end of the ‘Times’ Metro Section.
FishbowlNY confirms that tomorrow's paper will be the conservative daily's last.
The activist investor picked by hedge fund Harbinger Capital Partners to sit on the board of the ‘Times’ is not really a newspaper fan, it seems.
On the day the feisty New York daily announces it is in trouble, one former staffer looks back with fondness.
The legendary tabloid rivals are talking about merging parts of their operations.
"'Baby Mama' Delivers!" "'Baby Mama' Delivers a Win!" "Women Deliver!"
Newspapers' ad revenue last year experienced the worst drop in fifty years, the industry's watchdog group is reporting, and there's not much to indicate a turnaround.