The latest news on the seeming demise of print media.
The former 'Time' editor, a 30-year vet of the company, is stepping down.
The awkward puberty of the media continues.
The latest news (not entirely bad) in the media maelstrom.
Some old pals get dunked, only to resurface again, and some magazines go online for good.
Today on soon-to-be-axed radio show 'Day to Day'? Job prospects for laid-off journalists!
Well, it seemed that nobody was fired today. But that didn't mean there was good news.
Frankly, if you didn't get any news about your job today, that's a good thing.
At least three Time Inc. titles are looking for editorial staff to take voluntary buyouts.
Isn't this how we're finally going to figure out this whole transition to new media? Because we have to?
All the publishing giant's titles will be streamlined into groups, with staff-sharing and a new focus on the Web.
GOD, is there anything that guy DOESN'T get?
As both the economy and the media seem to be contracting, Jared Kushner solidiers on, throwing himself into a new project after his breakup with Ivanka. All this and more in our roundup of finance, media, law, and real-estate news.