Did Nicholas Schmidle’s New Yorker story “Getting Bin Laden: What happened that night in Abbottabad” give the impression that he spoke directly with Navy SEALS? Many critics think so, according to WWD.
Guardian journalist Nick Davies thinks James Murdoch will have a hard time recovering, politically, from misleading Parliament, as he believes reports Read More
Though The New York Times would never put it quite so crassly, a piece in the Business section points out what many of us have long feared: Most TV viewers are dumb as dirt; Les Moonves is a genius; bad reviews don’t mean squat, sophistication is overrated, and evil is triumphant.
CBS, the Read More
Julie Chen, the CBS Early Show host and wife of network chief Leslie Moonves will be starring alongside Sara Gilbert next month in a pilot for a daytime panel talk show aimed at women, reports The New York Post.
According to The Post, the show was conceived to take on ABC’s popular daytime Read More
As the year comes to a close, the Business Sheet has taken a tally of how much this city’s moguls have lost in the great economic bonfire of 2008. The damage–which reaches into the billions–makes us wonder if when the economic cleansing is all said and done, if there will even be Read More
Spend a weekend at the Carlyle Hotel on Madison Avenue and East 76th Street. You have to listen closely.
Bop, bop bop. Bop, bop bop. Around 8:30, Friday night at the Café Carlyle, home of the legendary late lounge singer Bobby Short, the five-piece band was getting the ball rolling for the room’s new Read More