The Bookseller – 2011-09-15
Written By: Barbara Casassus Publication Date: Thu, 15/09/2011 - 09:00 French publishers Albin Michel, Flammarion and Gallimard have confirmed they have dropped charges against Google for...
AllThingsD – 2011-08-12
The Securities and Exchange Commission has charged a California man with insider trading in the run-up to the 2009 Disney-Marvel deal. The SEC says Toby G. Scammell took advantage of his girlfriend,...
Guardian – 2011-02-22
Payment system described as 'very light touch', with a 'very generous allowance' before users forced to payTelegraph Media Group is understood to be planning to introduce charging for some of its...
Editor And Publisher – 2010-02-06
Thomson Reuters Corp. is "illegally imposing drastic" pay cuts on U.S.-based unionized journalists and technicians at the financial information and news service, the Newspaper Guild of New York...
Minneapolis-St. Paul Star Tribune – 2009-03-10
RALEIGH, N.C. - Best-selling author Kaye Gibbons has pleaded guilty to fraud charges after twice posing as a doctor to get prescription pain killers. Gibbons pleaded guilty in a Wake County...
Publishers Wekly – 2009-03-09
Quarto managed to boost sales by 13% in 2008, but one-time charges, including those associated with consolidating its American warehouse and backoffice, hurt earnings.
BizJournals – 2009-02-12
With revenue continuing to decline across all of its media businesses, Journal Communications Inc., the publisher of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, reported a large write-down on the value of its...
Editor And Publisher – 2009-02-11
Fifth Amendment or First?
Reuters – 2009-02-09
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Cablevision Systems Corp said it will take a charge of up to $450 million related to its acquisition of New York newspaper Newsday last May, blaming the dramatic deterioration...
Publishers Wekly – 2008-12-18
Citing current market conditions, one-time charges and currency fluctuations, earnings from continuing operations fell 22%, to $107.8 million on a sales decline of 3.8%. The company is continuing to...
AP via Yahoo! Finance – 2008-12-10
Focus Media Holding Ltd. said Tuesday it expects to book a noncash charge of about $200 million in the fourth quarter to restructure its in-store advertising network, which the company acquired in...
Hindustan Times – 2008-10-25
COMMENT ON THIS ! Your Views! Prominent Bangladeshi writer and poet Shahriar Kabir, who visited India to meet minority Hindu families that had fled his country following poll-time violence in 2001,...
New York Times – 2008-10-04
Three men have been charged in the firebombing attack on the North London home of a book publisher who planned to release the Sherry Jones novel ?The Jewel of Medina.?
Editor And Publisher – 2008-09-30
Two journalists will go on trial after being charged with reporting false information about one of Vietnam's most high-profile corruption cases, state media reported Tuesday.
Editor And Publisher – 2008-09-19
Charges will be dropped against journalists who were arrested during the Republican National Convention protests and cited with unlawful assembly.
AllAfrica.com – 2008-09-17
On 11 September 2008, Abdul Hamid Adiamoh, publisher and editor of "Today", a privately-owned Banjul-based newspaper, who is standing trial for allegedly "publishing with seditious intention", was...
Editor And Publisher – 2008-09-02
Free Press -- the national, nonpartisan media reform group -- called today for St. Paul Mayor Chris Coleman and local law-enforcement officials to drop all charges against all journalists arrested...
Editor And Publisher – 2008-08-22
Author has stood by claims.
AP via Yahoo! Finance – 2008-08-18
Advertising network operator Focus Media Holding Ltd. said Sunday its profit fell in the second quarter, though adjusted results rose on increased advertising revenue, beating analysts' forecast.
Houston Chronicle – 2008-07-08
Beloved by Mexicans for his dim wits, street smarts and playful disposition, long-running comic book character Memín Pinguín a little black boy whose face resembles a monkey is at it again.
Editor And Publisher – 2008-06-11
Newspaper and magazine publisher Washington Post Co. said Tuesday it will record charges of about $80 million, most of which will be realized in the second quarter, related to severance costs.
Engadget – 2012-04-11
The Justice Department has formally decided to sue Apple, Hachette, HarperCollins, Macmillian, Penguin and Simon & Schuster over alleged e-book price-rigging. Apple and Macmillian have already...
San Jose Mercury News – 2012-04-13
Apple says the accusation that it conspired with major book publishers to raise the price of e-books is untrue.
Engadget – 2012-04-13
Not that we were expecting Apple and Macmillan to simply fess up and say, "you're right, totally tried to circumvent the free market," but both companies have come out swinging pretty hard against...
Los Angeles Times – 2012-04-14
The company says it allows publishers to set their own prices. Several antitrust lawsuits have accused former chief Steve Jobs of inflating prices of new releases and bestsellers.Apple Inc.,...
BBC World – 2013-06-03
Technology giant Apple is to begin its defence against charges by the US government that it colluded to set the prices of e-books.
AllThingsD – 2013-06-06
Straightforward, above-board dealings or clever obfuscation? Another one for the judge to decide.
Editor & Publisher – 2013-07-03
Men’s magazine Esquire has joined the throng of publications experimenting with online paywalls, asking readers to pay a $1.99 fee to read a feature from its August issue called The...
Guardian – 2013-09-24
Magazine will charge 69p for access to 'enhanced digital' version of its cover feature but says there are no plans for a full paywallNME is to trial charging for online access to articles for the...
Reuters – 2013-10-19
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. regulators on Friday charged a money manager made famous by Michael Lewis' book "The Big Short" with misleading investors on a complex structured product in 2006.
Reuters – 2013-10-19
WASHINGTON, Oct 18 (Reuters) - U.S. regulators on Friday charged a money manager made famous by Michael Lewis' book "The Big Short" with misleading investors on a complex structured product in 2006.
The Huffington Post – 2013-12-04
* Guardian newspaper editor summoned to parliament * Accused by some of helping terrorists by publishing leaks * Snowden files exposed extent of government surveillance ...
Reuters – 2014-01-25
WASHINGTON, Jan 24 (Reuters) - Accounting firm KPMG will pay $8.2 million to settle civil charges that it violated independence rules by providing non-auditing services such as bookkeeping to three...
Boston.com – 2014-01-25
WASHINGTON (AP) — The big accounting firm KPMG has agreed to pay $8.2 million to settle federal regulators' charges of compromising its independence by providing non-audit services to companies...
Reuters – 2014-02-14
(Corrects to say in paragraph 18 that Darden surrendered to the Secret Service, not the FBI)
Publishers Weekly – 2013-12-19
Revenue at Scholastic rose 1.5% in the second quarter ended November 30, to $623.2 million, and net income declined to $58.3 million from $61.8 million in the second quarter of fiscal 2013.
Publishers Weekly – 2013-12-10
As it continues its transition from a traditional publisher to a provider of knowledge and knowledge-enabled services, John Wiley said it recorded a $15 million restructuring charge in the second...
Publishers Weekly – 2014-05-07
Three one-time expenses contributed to a loss of $3.4 million at Courier Corp. in the second quarter ended March 29, 2014 compared to last year’s second period.
Advertising Age – 2014-06-24
Rebekah Brooks, the former head of News Corp.'s U.K. publishing unit, was found not guilty of phone hacking, bribery and perverting the course of justice by a London jury after an eight-month...
The Christian Science Monitor – 2014-08-07
Author Craig Shirley of 'Reagan's Revolution' is accusing Perlstein of using the same language in 'The Invisible Bridge' as in 'Reagan's Revolution' and in using Shirley's findings without properly...
The Huffington Post – 2014-08-12
New York Times' public editor Margaret Sullivan weighed in on the newspaper's coverage of the plagiarism charges against Rick Perlstein on Tuesday, saying that the Times should not have given the...
The Bookseller – 2015-02-04
Historian Antony Beevor [pictured] has said the Imperial War Museums (IWM) are "completely right" to introduce charges for researchers, but first world war historian Dr Jonathan Boff of the...
The Huffington Post – 2015-03-02
Professor Roger J. Pielke, Jr. of the University of Colorado recently compared many widely-published energy and climate experts with Dr. Wei-Hock Soon, a scientist at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center...
Publishers Weekly – 2015-03-26
Revenue at Scholastic rose 2% in the third quarter, but a number of one-time charges led to a net loss of $22.1 million compared to a loss of $12.1 million in last year’s third quarter.
The Huffington Post – 2015-04-14
Rand Paul's behavior during contentious interviews with CNBC's Kelly Evans and NBC's Savannah Guthrie prompted questions of whether Paul's interjections were sexist, but the wife of the 2016...
The Wall Street Journal – 2015-04-30
New York Times Co. swung to a first-quarter loss on pension-related charges as the newspaper publisher also was hurt by continuing print advertising declines.
Publishers Weekly – 2015-05-08
Courier's net loss increased to $15.5 million from $3.4 million in last year’s second quarter due in large part to a $10 million termination fee to Quad/Graphics for calling off Quad’s proposed...