New York Art Galleries Paint Interns Into A Corner
August 08 2014 4:22 PM EDT
New York’s swanky art world loves free labor. Why do job boards like New York Foundation for the Arts enable it?
Child Porn Tip Spikes Gmail Privacy Concerns
August 07 2014 9:31 AM EDT
Searches for “Gmail privacy” are up this month after a Google tip led to the arrest of a registered sex offender. How much does Google really know?
What's Worse: The Comcast Merger Or Drunk Justin Bieber?
August 06 2014 11:59 AM EDT
A consumer group says the proposed Comcast-TWC coupling would be worse than putting Justin Bieber in a speeding Lamborghini.
Is Gannett Spinoff A Death Knell For Print?
August 05 2014 5:58 PM EDT
Analysts weigh in as USA Today parent becomes media’s latest separation story.
Here’s The Israeli Newspaper Both Sides Are Reading
August 05 2014 12:59 PM EDT
Most people get their news from sources that reaffirm their biases. Haaretz, a daily Israeli newspaper, may be able to bridge that gap.
Can Gaza Coverage Rescue Al-Jazeera America?
August 04 2014 6:38 PM EDT
An ad campaign promotes Al-Jazeera America’s on-the-ground coverage of Gaza, which has boosted ratings for the struggling network.
Word On The Street: Murdoch Wants HBO
August 04 2014 3:08 PM EDT
As Rupert Murdoch salivated, HBO’s deal with Amazon Prime helped Time Warner’s Q2 profits.
Disney Q3 Earnings: More Cold Comfort From ‘Frozen’ Fever
August 04 2014 9:42 AM EDT
The Walt Disney Company is expected to report higher profits on Tuesday thanks to the continued success of ‘Frozen’ and ESPN’s World Cup coverage.
No Use Crying Over Kid-Free Restaurants
July 31 2014 4:27 PM EDT
California’s Old Fisherman's Grotto is getting equal parts cheers and jeers over its “no crying children” policy, but kid-free restaurants are not uncommon.
Fifty Shades of Grey Launches Fictional Grey Enterprises Internship Program
July 31 2014 3:24 PM EDT
"Fifty Shades" can promote the film through a social media campaign that allows people to become "interns" at the fictional Grey Enterprises
Not Even Israel-Gaza Conflict Can Boost Cable Ratings
July 30 2014 5:58 PM EDT
CNN and MSNBC saw double-digit declines in ratings, despite three plane crashes, Israel-Gaza conflict and Ukraine's civil war.
At New York Times, Still Serving An Inky Master
July 29 2014 5:10 PM EDT
The New York Times earnings show strong attention was paid to a leaked innovation report, even as dead trees still pay the bills.
OkCupid Founder's Confession Came Just In Time To Sell A Lot Of Books
July 28 2014 7:16 PM EDT
Just in time for the release of his new data-science book, OkCupid founder Christian Rudder revealed the dating website "experiments" on humans.
Cosplayers Tackle Sexual Harassment At Comic-Con
July 28 2014 3:03 PM EDT
The group Geeks for CONsent says San Diego Comic-Con needs to get serious about sexual harassment toward cosplayers.
As Detroit Residents Suffer, PETA Dangles A Carrot
July 25 2014 3:32 PM EDT
The animal-rights group on Friday defended its plan to pay water bills for 10 Detroit families who agree to go vegan.
Is This Harry Styles's New Girlfriend
July 25 2014 10:45 AM EDT
Model Paige Reifler claims she is dating Harry Styles
Could HBO Go Solo As A Separate Company?
July 24 2014 5:27 PM EDT
Having confidently rejected Rupert Murdoch, Time Warner Inc., which owns HBO and CNN, is getting the rumor-mill treatment.
Comcast's Customer Service Isn't Terrible, Just Nonexistent
July 24 2014 2:00 PM EDT
The Philly-based cable giant emphasizes upselling over problem-solving, and workers say those who don’t make their metrics pay a steep price.
Internet Surrenders To White Flag Speculation
July 23 2014 1:59 PM EDT
Conspiracy theories abound over two bleached American Flags planted atop the Brooklyn Bridge, but the whodunit has the NYPD stumped.
Crisis Or Not, CNN Can’t Beat Fox News
July 22 2014 6:05 PM EDT
Coverage of the Malaysia Airlines crash and Israeli invasion of Gaza lifted CNN, but Fox News still dominates.