Ever-progressive world policy journal The Economist ran a piece about the tragic state of sobriety in the workplace. Their argument boiled down to: Everyone is boring without booze, which while often true, isn’t necessarily something you’d expect to find in The Economist.
Neither is the correction at the bottom of the piece.
Having scored his new magazine a sit-down with President Obama after only a couple of months on the job, new BusinessWeek editor—and Observer insurgent—Josh Tyrangiel went along with his reporters to the White House.
“Being in the Oval Office is one of the most surreal experiences of your life,” Mr. Tyrangiel said Read More
BusinessWeek editor (and Observer Insurgent) Josh Tyrangiel has begun assembling a new team at the revamped magazine.
He announced a number of new hires late yesterday–among them Hugo Lindgren, currently the editorial director at New York, who will be signing on as exceutive editor on March 8th.
Tyrangiel’s complete announcement, Read More
Tomorrow, Bloomberg officially takes over BusinessWeek, and, having cleaned house for Josh Tyrangiel—its young new editor—one might expect him to fill his stable of columnists with all sorts of fresh young faces.
One would be wrong. Today, on the even of the big transfer, Bloomberg’s BusinessWeek announced its newest columnist: sexagenarian Charlie Rose. Read More
September 14, 2006
To: Time Inc. Employees
From: Richard Stengel
Re: Staff Announcement
TIME.com has experienced a renaissance under the editorial leadership of Steve Koepp. Within the last year, the site has doubled its unique users and increased the time spent per user by more than 50%. TIME.com has launched blogs (with more on the Read More