Only days after the Sun announced that it might close at the end of the month, the paper’s city editor David Lombino said today is his last day at the paper, and in journalism altogether. Here’s the email he just sent out to staff, and friends:
From: David Lombino <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Mon, 8 Sep 2008 Read More
The editors of The New York Sun have started posting stories on their Web site during the day instead of waiting to put them in the next morning’s paper.
A memo sent to staff yesterday by city editor David Lombino said reporters should expect to file early when they’re working on certain kinds of stories. Read More
David Lombino has a fascinating piece on how another tunnel under the Hudson River is fitting into negotiations about who controls Ground Zero. It involves too much horse-trading to go into here, but, unlike most Sun articles, it is completely free on the Web.
The third quarter drop played out in the press with ominous, bubble-bursting headlines. But high-end brokers always find a way to look on the bright side, and are now hotly anticipating positive news from Wall Street.
A few weeks ago, Jonathan Miller discussed the possibility of record-breaking bonuses on Wall Street. Read More