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BSR Doesn't Want to Be Dragged Through Apple's Supply Chain Mud

Corporate responsibility consultancy BSR isn't happy that its name got pulled into the New York Times' provocative report on Apple and its suppliers' manufacturing practices ("a consultant at BSR"... | AllThingsD – 2012-01-29

New York Times reporter doesn’t mind that she didn’t interview Obamas for her book

Chicago magazine | Poynter. – 2012-01-07

One in six children doesn't read a book a month

Written By: Graeme Neill Publication Date: Mon, 22/08/2011 - 15:18 One in six children do not read a single book per month, according to a new survey by the National Literacy Trust. The research... | The Bookseller – 2011-08-22

A new paywall doesn't come for free

Social media and free news sites may not need to spend money on advertising, but paid-for news websites probably willHow much has the Daily Mail – celebrating, along with the Guardian, another... | Guardian – 2011-05-01

Trapping content on the iPad won't work, even if it's pretty - Wired's latest iPad demo looks great, but the app doesn ...

Wired is leading the magazine-to-iPad charge with a great looking app, but it's also reverting to some back lock-in habits. Instead of trapping content and readers within a space -- a true exercise... | O'Reilly Media – 2010-03-19

Liberty Media Doesn’t Plan to Combine Sirius XM With DirecTV

Feb. 25 (Bloomberg) -- Liberty Media Corp. doesn’t plan to combine the satellite operations of DirecTV Group Inc. with Sirius XM Radio Inc., Chief Executive Officer Greg Maffei said. | Bloomberg – 2009-02-25

After Morris Publishing Group Skips Payment, Lender Understands -- But S&P Doesn't

CHICAGO Morris Publishing Group, already looking at a bankruptcy option, said its lenders are giving it more time to avoid defaulting on its loan agreement after it missed a $9.7 million interest... | Editor & Publisher – 2009-02-04

Demand for financial news booms, but advertising doesn't

Rarely has business news been in such high demand. But the payoff to the media companies has been meager so far. | International Herald Tribune – 2008-11-24

Technology doesn't dumb us down

Over the course of human history, writing, printing, computing and Googling have only made it easier to think and communicate. | International Herald Tribune – 2008-09-22

Ping: Technology Doesn’t Dumb Us Down. It Frees Our Minds.

Over the course of human history, writing, printing, computing and Googling have only made it easier to think and communicate. | New York Times – 2008-09-21

Ron Rash’s ‘The Cove’ doesn’t have the energy of his masterpiece, ‘Serena’

Maybe anything Ron Rash published after “Serena” would seem pale. Four years later, I can still feel the heat radiating off chapters of that Gothic masterpiece about a timber baron and his... | The Washington Post – 2012-04-04

Academic publishing doesn't add up

The world of university research has long been held to ransom by academic publishers charging exorbitant prices for subscriptions – but that may all be about to endAs one of the characters in... | Guardian – 2012-04-22

Artist doesn’t like newspaper story, creates and publishes fake retractions in paper’s name

An artist didn’t like a newspaper’s story about him, so he created and published fake retractions in the paper’s name | Poynter. – 2012-04-27

Why doesn't Stephen King pay more in taxes?

Stephen King's column at the Daily Beast, questioning why he and other well-off Americans aren't paying more in taxes, created controversy among readers. | The Christian Science Monitor – 2012-05-02

It doesn’t matter what e-books cost to make

Book publishers are trying hard to argue that e-books cost almost as much to produce as printed ones, and therefore prices for e-books should be higher -- but the bottom line is that consumers don't... | GigaOM – 2012-05-03

Newsprint growth in developing countries doesn't defy market trend

I had to smile on reading an email from Cherilyn Ireton, executive director of the World Editors Forum, in the run-up to its annual get-together. She writes:"It can sometimes be hard to spot... | Guardian – 2012-07-24

Mobile Ads: What Works, What Doesn't

The rule book for what works in mobile advertising—ads on smartphones and tablets—is slowly being written. Ads pegged to Internet searches can get results, marketers say. Random "Spray and Pray"... | The Wall Street Journal – 2012-09-28

Mobile Ads: Here's What Works and What Doesn't

In 2010, Apple Inc. co-founder Steve Jobs proclaimed, "Mobile advertising really sucks." Now, however, the rule book for what works in mobile advertising is slowly being written. | AllThingsD – 2012-09-28

Harper’s publisher doesn’t understand how the internet works, blames Google

Many publishers are trying to adapt to the way media works in a digital age, but some still see Google and the web as parasites -- and Harper's publisher seems determined to stay in the latter... | GigaOM – 2013-01-18

How Fiction Doesn’t Work

It is no surprise to see aphorism alive and thriving in our current celebrity climate. The forgotten, it may be assumed, never said anything interesting, whereas choice words of the famous live... | Slate – 2013-02-02

Lena Dunham Doesn't Want Playboy to Imagine Her with a Supermodel Body

Even though she called it "Kindergarten reading material," the magazine synonymous with promoting a certain women's body type asked Dunham to imagine having a perfect body type. But she... | The Atlantic Wire – 2013-03-14

Obama's Other Job Doesn't Pay Like It Used To

President Obama may want to think twice about that sequester pay cut. His tax returns, released Friday, show that his main source of income -- which used to be royalties from the sale... | The Atlantic Wire – 2013-04-13

Baker & Taylor launches app for reading library ebooks, but still doesn’t support Kindle

Digital library distributor Baker & Taylor launched an app Monday that will let library patrons read ebooks on iOS and Android devices.     | GigaOM – 2013-05-06

Responsive Design Doesn't Replace Native Apps

The app won’t die. Despite the recent flood of attention to responsive Web design, with its promise to provide users a consistent experience across devices, publishers—even the most... | AdWeek – 2013-06-25

In 'Film School,' what doesn't kill Steve Boman makes for an entertaining book

In 'Film School,' what doesn't kill USC graduate student Steve Boman makes for an entertaining book.I've always thought of advanced degrees in filmmaking as finishing school for misfits. Brilliant... | Chicago Tribune – 2012-01-31

Why the Washington Post doesn't know its left from right

US newspaper digs deep into Edward Snowden affair while urging US government crackdown on intelligence leaksAmerican papers still think that having a separate, quasi-independent editor of its leader... | Guardian – 2013-07-07

Tennis star Agnieszka Radwanska doesn't regret posing nude

Agnieszka Radwanska, the Bank of the West Classic's top seed, caused a stir back home in Poland by posing nude in ESPN the Magazine, but she doesn't regret her decision | San Jose Mercury News – 2013-07-23

Reddit Karma Doesn't Work in Real Life: Lessons of the Sunil Triapthi Debacle

Three months after Reddit led a crowd-sourced investigation that identified an innocent missing man as a terrorist suspect in the Boston Marathon bombings, The New York Times... | The Atlantic Wire – 2013-07-25

Ranking colleges and universities doesn't serve a real purpose | Kasey Varner

The worth of an institution of higher education amounts to what the student makes of it – regardless of what magazines sayAs a soon-to-be college graduate, my school has given me countless... | Guardian – 2013-07-31

Dispersing Poor People in Cities Doesn't Disperse Crime

A growing stack of research now supports the hypothesis that housing vouchers do not in fact lead to crime. Michael Lens has just added another study to that literature, published in the journal... | The Atlantic Wire – 2013-08-05

Dan Balz: “Being in power doesn’t mean you have real power”

The Washington Post's politics guru looks back on 2012, ahead to 2016, and explains why he isn't in "This Town" | Salon.com – 2013-08-07

That Tea Party Boycott of Ebony Magazine Probably Doesn't Exist

Earlier today, Ebony had a rather impressive comeback to critics of its new Trayvon Martin-themed cover, but the very premise of the joke may have been based on nothing more than... | The Atlantic Wire – 2013-08-08

Judge in e-books case doesn't want to affect Apple's business

A New York judge says she doesn't want to intrude much on how Apple does business after ruling that the company fixed prices on electronic books. | San Jose Mercury News – 2013-08-28

Jason Reitman, 'Labor Day' Director, Doesn't Think You Will Read This Interview

Jason Reitman does not think you will finish reading this interview. Which isn't to say Reitman thought it went poorly. Though, he did call it "the most esoteric interview I've ever done." (He has a... | The Huffington Post – 2013-09-12

The PR Trouble Continues For Bustle Founder Bryan Goldberg, A Man Who Doesn't Read Books

When Bryan Goldberg, the 30-year-old publisher and brain behind Bleacher Report, announced the launch of his new women's website, Bustle, he quickly learned what NOT to do. His post about the new... | HuffingtonPost – 2013-09-16

When Sex Doesn't Sell: FriendFinder Networks Files for Bankruptcy

The publisher of <em>Penthouse</em> and a host of adult websites envisions eliminating $300 million in debt | Business Week – 2013-09-18

Lit Professor Who Doesn't Teach Books by Women Is Surprised That Offends People

David Gilmour, a Canadian author and professor at the University of Toronto, said in an interview published Wednesday that he "teach[es] only the best"... | The Atlantic Wire – 2013-09-26

Why Junot Diaz Doesn't Like What He Sees On TV (VIDEO)

When Pulitzer Prize-winning author Junot Díaz buys tickets to the latest blockbuster flick or sits down to watch some prime-time TV, he doesn’t like what he sees. During an interview with NBC... | The Huffington Post – 2013-09-26

Holy S#!t, The Washington Post Published A Shutdown Editorial That Doesn't Suck Canal Water!

The Washington Post completed its sale to Amazon kingpin Jeff Bezos on Tuesday, and within 24 hours, a new hope was born unto this world. The Post's editors, normally found proudly running the worst... | HuffingtonPost – 2013-10-03

The ATF Doesn't Want You to Read the Fast and Furious Whistle Blower's Book

John Dodson, a key whistleblower in Operation Fast and Furious, is writing a book. There's only one problem: Dodson is still employed by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms... | The Atlantic Wire – 2013-10-09

Here's Exactly Why 'Little Women' Doesn't Need A Remake

For some reason, Sony has announced that they will be releasing a new adaptation of "Little Women," Louisa May Alcott's really fantastic story about five young sisters coming of age during the... | The Huffington Post – 2013-11-01

Gwyneth Paltrow Doesn't Give a Damn

Today in celebrity gossip: Gwyneth Paltrow gives a feisty magazine interview, Heidi Klum is a shocking old lady, and Kim Kardashian is suing somebody.     | The Atlantic Wire – 2013-11-01

Why Procrastination Doesn't Need A Cure––And Might Even Make You More Productive

Is wasting time as productivity killing as we've always thought, or does it provide a creativity–enhancing escape from the chaos of the world? Stop dawdling and let's explore!Recently, I read a... | Fast Company – 2013-11-08

Maureen Ogle: Michael Pollan doesn’t get the beef business

Historian Maureen Ogle defends the oft-criticized meat industry -- and suggests some foodies have it all wrong | Salon.com – 2013-11-10

Strange Ads Promote an Author Who Isn't Real and a Book That Doesn't Exist

IFC's upcoming The Spoils of Bablyon, a comedy miniseries that spoofs serious miniseries, is based on a book that seems to be sold out in Hudson News stores around the country. The problem with... | AdWeek – 2013-11-15

HP Closes the Book on 2013, but 2014 Doesn't Look Much Better

The turnaround at the computing giant is still ongoing, and going and going. | AllThingsD – 2013-11-25

Apple Doesn't Want to Pay the Feds' E-Book Lawyer $70,000 a Week

Apple lost its antitrust e-book trial this summer. Now it has to pay a court-appointed attorney more than $1,100 an hour to keep tabs on itself. | AllThingsD – 2013-11-29

Freedom of speech doesn't entitle Duck Dynasty star to reality TV show | Jill Filipovic

Phil Robertson was suspended by A&E for bigoted comments in GQ. Conservatives cry foul, but it hardly violates his rightsThe right to free speech isn't just a fundamental American value; it's... | The Guardian – 2013-12-20

Why Washington Journalism Doesn’t Suck

Of late, there&rsquo;s a cottage industry blooming in political journalism: Blasting political journalism. The latest example came in piece that Sam Youngman of the Lexington Herald-Leader wrote... | Editor & Publisher – 2013-12-20

Parody Parenting Magazine Doesn't Pull Any Punches

Let's face it. New parents do have a propensity for "photo forcing" and "witless Facebook anecdotes" -- sometimes killing two birds with one stone -- as well as a natural impulse to consider their... | The Huffington Post – 2014-01-10

Samsung's Galaxy Tab 3 Lite doesn't bring much to the crowded budget tablet market

Samsung's regional Polish site inadvertently jumped the gun a few days ago, publishing a user manual for an unannounced Galaxy Tab 3 Lite to its support pages. Today, the Korean company's press blog... | Engadget – 2014-01-16

The Hatchet Job of the Year doesn't cut it | Alex Clark

This celebration of bookish snark, won by AA Gill for his Morrissey assault, is less daring and less worthy than it thinksIt's the middle of a wet, wet winter, unaccountably you haven't shed the... | The Guardian – 2014-02-12

Linking to a website doesn't infringe copyright, Europe's Court of Justice says

The owner of a website does not require authorization of the copyright holder to link to freely accessible copyright works on another site, even if Internet users get the impression that the work is... | PC World – 2014-02-13

'Unbroken' Olympics Trailer Doesn't Give Up, Give In

Universal debuted a three-minute trailer Angelina Jolie's "Unbroken" during the Winter Olympics on Sunday evening. The drama focuses on Olympian Louis Zamperini, who survived for 47 days at sea... | The Huffington Post – 2014-02-17

Why All-Programmatic Doesn’t Work for Everyone

For premium publishers, a combination of direct and programmatic works better. | Folio Magazine – 2014-02-18

Attention, Guardian: Just Because They're After You Doesn't Mean You're Not Paranoid

Luke Harding at The Guardian describes the many weird things that happened while he was writing a book about Edward Snowden. To the point that it seems …... | The Atlantic Wire – 2014-02-21

Controversy Doesn't Slow 'Happy' Sales

Sales of the Duck Dynasty star's book, Happy, Happy, Happy, saw an 86% increase between the weeks ended December 15 and December 22. | Publishers Weekly – 2013-12-30

Local doesn't matter much to Gannett, but then neither do newspapers

Journalists on three titles in northern England owned by Gannett are to strike over plans to move editing work to south Wales. But this is of a piece with the US firm's attitude to print mediaHere's... | The Guardian – 2014-02-23

Uber says it doesn’t discriminate by neighborhood in Chicago

Uber has published a blog post explaining the difference that median income makes on the company's service in Chicago. Beauty might be in the eye of the beholder here, but the study itself reinforces... | GigaOM – 2014-03-04

Weirdly, Italy Doesn't Want Gun Manufacturers Using Its Works of Art in Ads

An American assault rifle manufacturer has drawn the ire of Italy's culture minister after an advertisement depicting Michelangelo's David holding a massive AR-50A1 was published in an... | The Atlantic Wire – 2014-03-09

Amazon’s near sweatshops and awful conditions: It doesn’t have to be this way

Labor conditions at Amazon and Wal-Mart are like the pre-New Deal era. These reforms, working elsewhere, would help | Salon.com – 2014-03-16

Jesmyn Ward and Molly Antopol: “It’s true, my book doesn’t contain stories about 30-something female writers”

The National Book Award winner and the acclaimed story writer discuss the perils of writing only what you know | Salon.com – 2014-03-25

'Captain Underpants' doesn't sit well with some

The potty humor of "Captain Underpants" children's books and the mature exploration of race and family violence by Nobel laureate Toni Morrison in "The Bluest Eye" would seem to have little in common. | SacBee – 2014-04-14

Science doesn’t disprove God: Where Richard Dawkins and new atheists go wrong

Richard Dawkins and the new atheists suggest human consciousness can be cloned in a lab. But they can't prove it | Salon.com – 2014-04-19

Elizabeth Warren Simplifies Thomas Piketty: 'Trickle Down Doesn't Work. Never Did'

The No. 2 author on Amazon's best-seller list, Sen. Elizabeth Warren, weighed in Thursday night on the No. 1 book, identifying overlapping themes. At a reading at the Harvard Book Store, the... | The Huffington Post – 2014-04-26

David Grubbs: “The laptop has to be invited to connect with the stereo. It definitely doesn’t get to leave its toothbrush at the stereo’s place”

Talking John Cage, digital music and the wide world of experimental music with the brilliant musician and thinker | Salon.com – 2014-05-17

Review: 'Debbie Doesn't Do It Anymore' by Walter Mosley

Resurrection of a different, more life-affirming kind is the platform on which Walter Mosley sets his new novel, a sexually explicit stand-alone that dares us to condemn its heroine. But Debbie Dare... | Chicago Tribune – 2014-05-16

It Doesn’t Suck

Pauline Kael wrote “Trash, Art and the Movies” in 1969, when trashy movies needed a boost via a pioneering critic and a glossy magazine. Today, the merits of a gleefully tacky movie hardly need... | Slate – 2014-06-04

LeBron James doesn't seize up, Heat locks down and NBA Finals are tied

LeBron James' body held up just fine. So did his playmaking in the final minutes. | Los Angeles Times – 2014-06-09

SIPA 2014: “Ink doesn’t get the attention of the Inc.”

Washington, D.C.—During the 38th annual Specialized Information Publisher’s Association (SIPA) Conference, the discussion often boiled down to one unsavory fact: “Ink doesn’t get the... | Folio Magazine – 2014-06-10

Compensation of NYT execs doesn’t ‘seem to match the company’s current size’

Reuters | Capital Together, the three top executives at The New York Times — chairman and Publisher Arthur Sulzberger Jr., Times Co. CEO Mark Thompson and Vice Chairman Michael Golden... | Poynter. – 2014-06-17

Bill O'Reilly Doesn't Hold Back Talking About His Fox News Colleagues

Bill O'Reilly doesn't seem to care much about his network's newest show, from the sound of his latest interview. O'Reilly sat down with colleague Geraldo Rivera for a conversation at the 92nd... | The Huffington Post – 2014-06-19

Jo Becker Doesn't Regret What She Wrote In Controversial Prop 8 Book 'Forcing The Spring'

Jo Becker's book Forcing the Spring made waves for being that book alleging the revolution to legalize gay marriage began in 2008. However, despite backlash from those who say the movement began... | The Huffington Post – 2014-06-26

Chris Colfer Doesn’t Want to Know What the Internet Thinks of Him

Specs Who Chris Colfer Age 24 Accomplishments Star of Fox’s Glee; screenwriter; author of The Land of Stories book series (his latest, A Grimm Warning, was just released) Base Los Angeles ... | AdWeek – 2014-07-17

Google could face criminal proceedings in Italy if it doesn’t clean up its act on privacy

The Italian data protection regulator is the latest to crack down on Google's unified privacy policy, giving the company 18 months to institute serious changes to its data-handling methods. Google... | GigaOM – 2014-07-22

Acetaminophen doesn't reduce lower back pain, trial suggests

Acetaminophen, a painkiller universally recommended to treat people with acute low back pain, does not speed recovery or reduce pain from the condition, according to the results of a large trial... | CBC – 2014-07-24

No, the monkey doesn’t hold the copyright on this selfie — but neither does the camera’s owner

A wildlife photographer's request to have his image of a monkey removed from Wikimedia's open-source library was denied because the organization argued the photographer doesn't own the copyright to... | GigaOM – 2014-08-06

Walter Isaacson: “Innovation” doesn’t mean anything anymore

The man who brought America inside the minds of Einstein, Franklin and Jobs takes issue with modern-day tech hype | Salon.com – 2014-08-05

Microsoft debuts €19 phone and no, it doesn’t run Windows Phone

Since Microsoft bought Nokia’s hardware division, the company is in the non-smartphone market whether it likes it or not. To that end, Microsoft announced the Nokia 130 on Monday: A basic... | GigaOM – 2014-08-11

Here’s why Twitter probably doesn’t mind that some of its users are robots

Twitter has released updated figures on how many of its users read tweets using some kind of third-party or automated service, saying about 20 million accounts fit that description. While these may... | GigaOM – 2014-08-12

The problem with self-publishing: “Just because there are lottery winners doesn’t mean playing lotto is my retirement plan”

Mostly, it's money. Also, are you ready to be your own editor and publicist and marketer? And did I mention money? | Salon.com – 2014-08-19

It’s not just the Fire Phone: Looks as if Amazon doesn’t sell many on-contract phones at all

If a recent sales estimate is in the ballpark, then Amazon hasn't sold many Fire Phones at all. So how do you explain that it is the best-selling on-contract handset on Amazon? It’s not just... | GigaOM – 2014-08-27

Samsung’s Gear S smartwatch doesn’t need to constantly hang around a smartphone — it is one

The Gear S is Samsung's first smartwatch to include a SIM slot, meaning it can operate autonomously. Samsung also unveiled a notification-friendly set of wireless headphones called the Gear... | GigaOM – 2014-08-28

Princeton Mom Doesn't Want 'Sugar Babies' To Sully The Good Ivy League Name

When Susan Patton, better known as the "Princeton Mom," is not writing books or telling ladies how best to live their lives, she's apparently protecting the name of her alma mater, Princeton... | The Huffington Post – 2014-08-29

No, the new Moto X doesn’t have wireless charging. It has something better

Wireless charging is a great, convenient feature but it's not present on the new Moto X. Don't sweat it though: A $35 option can add 8 hours of run-time to a Moto X in just 15 minutes time. No, the... | GigaOM – 2014-09-05

Yes, there is a perpetual motion machine on Kickstarter. No, it doesn’t break the site’s rules

Until June, Kickstarter vetted every single project posted on its website. It still takes down the occasional scam that sneaks past its moderators and algorithms. Yes, there is a perpetual motion... | GigaOM – 2014-09-09

Face Value: Fame doesn't mean fortune

Radio personality and Woman's Day magazine columnist Polly Gillespie co-hosts The Polly and Grant Show for radio station The Hits. Hers has been a life lived in the glitz of showbusiness, and in the... | Stuff – 2014-09-27

What Happens to the News That Doesn't Fit the Story?

I read Matti Friedman's article on Tablet published last month and was deeply intrigued. In fact, I read it several times because the picture he provides in the way news reporters craft a story... | The Huffington Post – 2014-10-02

My kid doesn’t like books and it’s okay

I was always a competitive, obsessive reader, until my daughter showed me another way | Salon.com – 2014-10-03

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