So: The good news! The New York Times Company earned a profit! After bleak first-quarter results, the Times was able to eke out a small profit of $39.1 million.
Then there are the more troubling signs: Internet advertising revenue went down again, this time 14.3 percent. But during a conference call with investors this Read More
Within minutes of an Ad Age Digital Conference panel asking “Can the Web Support Quality Content?” at the Metropolitan Pavilion April 7, the conversation got heated between Henry Blodget, chief executive of The Business Insider and an outspoken critic of The New York Times‘ business model, and Denise Read More
Denise Warren, an advertising chief at The New York Times and a 20-year-veteran at the Times Company, is replacing Vivian Schiller who left for NPR as the general manager of the paper’s Web site.
In addition, publisher Arthur Sulzberger, Jr. announced today that there would be some reshuffling at The Times‘ Web page that will Read More