“There’s nobody who has had more tangible, visible effect on the newspaper you see when you pick up The New York Times every day than Al Siegal,” Craig Whitney said.
Al Siegal—Allan M. Siegal—retired on May 12, shortly after turning 66 (the mandatory masthead retirement age of 65 is slightly elastic). Mr. Whitney, formerly the Read More
The New York Times is trying to beef up its television-news profile in time to become a network player in the 2004 Presidential election campaign.
Last spring, the paper of record first announced a partnership to co-own and run the Discovery Civilization Channel; by December 2002, The Times had renamed it the Discovery Times channel Read More
The couple was young, in love and about to formalize their commitment with a wedding. So, like many engaged couples, they sought to participate in the ultimate rite of passage for New Yorkers of a certain background and education, a wedding announcement in The New York Times .
There was just one problem: One Read More