The wingnut parade at the 112th annual New York Times stockholder’s meeting, held late this morning at the Times’ conference room on the other side of a birch-and-moss filled atrium from the Times’ newsroom tower, was out of control. And when chairman Arthur Sulzberger Jr. was not being harassed by pesky shareholders, he was being Read More
New York Times publisher Arthur Sulzberger and his cousin, Michael Golden, the Times‘ vice-chairman, announced this morning in an internal Times memo that they would forgo stock compensation for this and next year. Instead, the money—approximately $2 million for 2006 alone— will be used for a bonus pool “to reward exceptional performance by employees who Read More
It’s been nearly a year since The New York Times took total control of the International Herald Tribune , America’s broadsheet voice abroad, ending a gentlemanly partnership between The Times ‘ dynastic family, the Sulzbergers, and the Grahamsof The Washington Post to run the paper.
TheTimes was sufficiently sanguine about its prospects abroad that it Read More