He was 89.
The contractor says government money wasn't used in the online attack.
The government says it wasn't them.
Especially if it's 'USA Today.'
Pie charts: now with slideshows of smooshed boobs!
Just in time for the 'Journal''s New York section!
"What's Heard on the Street Doesn't Really Matter."
But that number is skewed by online circulation, which totally shouldn't count. Right? Right?
Every one of our major papers ranks in the top fifteen most-visited newspaper websites in the country.
The Deathwatch (or is it really the Deathcount?) continues…
We're really hoping Thursday will be the day this week no one gets fired.
Also, the real Mr. Big thought watching the 'Sex and the City' movie was "eerie," and Wachovia chief G. Kennedy Thompson is out the door. And more, in our daily industry roundup.
Plus, lawsuits over poop, Andrew Cuomo busting lawyers, and 'USA Today' so wrong, wrong, wrong.
Jerry has more car trouble, Cindy Adams takes the stand, and Shelley Ross gets the last cackle in today's roundup of all the dish from New York's gossip columns.