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New York Times columnist David Brooks gets roasted online after $78 airport meal post
21 September 2023
David Brooks, a columnist for the New York Times, took to social media to express his dismay over food prices.
No one thought of Disney theme parks as a growth business, says New York Times' Jim Stewart
20 September 2023
James Stewart, The New York Times columnist, joins 'Squawk Box' to discuss Disney's plans to nearly double its investment in parks and cruises business, what it means for the company's business model ...
Twitter appears to throttle users trying to share New York Times articles for months: report
11 September 2023
Elon Musk-owned X has reportedly throttled users trying to share articles produced by the New York Times for the past several months.
NY Times (NYT) Stock Advances in 3 Months: Key Insights
5 September 2023
The New York Times Company (NYT) achieves notable success, driven by an expanding subscriber base and a well-executed strategic transformation.
Former BBC and New York Times boss takes charge at CNN
30 August 2023
Mark Thompson, the former boss of the BBC and New York Times, has been appointed the new chief executive of CNN.
CNN hires media executive Mark Thompson as chief executive and chairman
30 August 2023
CNN on Wednesday named media executive Mark Thompson as chief executive and chairman of the news unit of Warner Brothers Discovery Inc. WBD, +1.25%. Thompson is credited with reviving the fortunes of ...
Move over Wordle, the New York Times might have found its next hit game
28 August 2023
The New York Times found instant success with Wordle. Now it might have a new hit on its hands.
NY Times' (NYT) Phenomenal Success Fueled by Subscriber Growth
15 August 2023
The New York Times Company (NYT) foresees third-quarter 2023 subscription revenues to increase about 8-10%.
CBS News president Khemlani steps down - New York Times
13 August 2023
The president of CBS News, Neeraj Khemlani, stepped down on Sunday after two years on the job, the New York Times reported.