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UK's Cable says Labour 'irresponsible' to talk up Royal Mail value

LONDON (Reuters) - British Business Secretary Vince Cable accused the opposition Labour party of irresponsibly talking up the value of shares in the Royal Mail postal service, a day before order... | Reuters – 2013-10-08

David Miliband criticises Daily Mail over attacks on late father

Former foreign secretary says he trusts the British people will understand the truth regarding 'hateful' attack on father RalphDavid Miliband has criticised the Daily Mail for launching "hateful"... | Guardian – 2013-10-11

Why is the left obsessed by the Daily Mail? | Paul Dacre

The Guardian has published an extensive critique of the Daily Mail and its reporting of Labour, press regulation and the Snowden leaks. We invited Mail readers to join in that debate. Paul Dacre,... | Guardian – 2013-10-12

NSA Collects Millions of E-mail Address Books Globally

The National Security Agency is harvesting hundreds of millions of contact lists from personal e-mail and instant messaging accounts around the world, many of them belonging to Americans, according... | Editor & Publisher – 2013-10-15

Daily Mail quiz powers UsvsTh3m towards 3m users

Daily Mirror publisher to follow Buzzfeed-style site offering socially shareable content with new data journalism projectUsvsTh3m, the Daily Mirror publisher's Buzzfeed-style social content offering,... | Guardian – 2013-10-30

Mail Online tops 150m monthly users

Number of browsers in October up 5.25% on the previous month, according to the latest ABC figuresMail Online topped 150 million monthly browsers for the first time in October.The Daily Mail website... | Guardian – 2013-11-14

Mail Online is UK's most popular news brand across PC, mobile and tablet

Britain's total digital population rose to 47.3 million people in September, according to new unduplicated figuresMail Online was the UK's most popular news brand across PC, mobile and tablet in... | Guardian – 2013-11-14

Mail Online targets £60m revenues in 2014

Publisher aims to continue 2013's 50% growth to hit point at which website's income would exceed newspapers' declineMail Online has set a target of making more than £60m in revenues in 2014, with... | The Guardian – 2013-11-21

Mail Online to launch in Australia

The Daily Mail is to launch an online operation in Australia in January 2014. The newspaper has gone into partnership with Mi9, the digital media company owned by Nine Entertainment. Mail Online will... | The Guardian – 2013-11-27

Robert Peston attacks Daily Mail for revealing wife's cancer

BBC business editor calls for 'common decency on newspapers' amid criticism of Daily Mail for disclosing details of wife's illnessRobert Peston, the BBC's business editor, has criticised the Daily... | The Guardian – 2013-11-27

Globe and Mail, Washington Post Distribute Alternative Paper Magazine

On Monday, November 25, 2013, The Globe and Mail and Washington Post distributed the first North American magazine made with 60% wheat straw paper. My teenage daughter came back from the movies on... | Editor & Publisher – 2013-11-27

Daily Mail apologises to Robert Peston - with a sting in the tail

The Daily Mail carries a piece today in which it apologises to the BBC's business editor, Robert Peston for having revealed that his late wife had cancer.In 2008, the paper reported on the illness of... | The Guardian – 2013-11-28

Daily Mail overtakes Sun as biggest-selling Saturday paper

News UK red-top outsold by rival by more than 20,000 copies in November, but remains the UK's top-selling title across six daysThe Daily Mail overhauled the Sun in November to become the UK's... | The Guardian – 2013-12-06

So, Lord Rothermere, when will you stop Mail Online from ripping off content?

Amended 3.30pm: Is Mail Online ever going to put its house in order? Does it care about plagiarism? Has its editor, Martin Clarke, ever explained the meaning of common journalistic courtesy - let... | The Guardian – 2013-12-09

Mail Online passes 10m daily browsers

Daily Mail website continues spectacular growth, also attracting a record 168 million monthly unique browsers in November Mail Online continues to break traffic records, topping 10 million daily... | The Guardian – 2013-12-12

Daily Mail Praises Beyonce's 'Trim Waist' In Her 'Pretty Hurts' Video, Which Critiques Beauty Culture

Most of the reactions to Beyonce's new album have been overwhelmingly positive. The Guardian declared that "Beyonce's new album should silence her feminist critics," and the New Statesman praised the... | The Huffington Post – 2013-12-14

Daily Mail picks wrong Roux in anti-EU snafu | Media Monkey

Diary column applauds Eurosceptic comments made by Michel Roux Sr – but confuses him for his nephew, Michel Roux JrThe Daily Mail's Ephraim Hardcastle diary column can't resist picking up on... | The Guardian – 2013-12-18

2013 was an excellent year for reading other people’s mail

No one sends you letters any more? Try recent collections of correspondence by Willa Cather, George Orwell, Henry David Thoreau, and others. | The Christian Science Monitor – 2013-12-31

Daily Mail editor Paul Dacre's pay rises to £1.85m

Mail veteran continues to be best-paid UK newspaper editor, taking home £500,000 'supplement' on top of his base salaryPaul Dacre continues to be the best-paid UK newspaper editor, taking home more... | The Guardian – 2014-01-07

Mail Obsession to Orion

Orion will publish a book on trivia about different areas of the UK, written by Mark Mason. Alan... | The Bookseller – 2014-01-14

Journalist lists 13 reasons for PCC complaint about Daily Mail

Investigative journalist Jon Danzig has announced that he is taking the Daily Mail to the Press Complaints Commission about its reporting on Romanian and Bulgarian migration to Britain.In his 13... | The Guardian – 2014-01-23

Mail Online to switch to .com domain name

Publisher thought to have paid potentially as much as £1m-plus in bid to boost international traffic, particularly in the USMail Online is switching from a .co.uk to .com homepage address, following... | The Guardian – 2014-01-27

JK Rowling Sues Daily Mail Over 'Misleading And Unfair' Story

J.K. Rowling is on the opposite end of the court room this time, suing the Daily Mail over a story it published about her struggles as a single mother. The famed Harry Potter author is suing the... | The Huffington Post – 2014-01-31

JK Rowling sues Daily Mail for libel over 'single mother' article

Harry Potter author seeks 'unspecified damages' for 'causing distress'The Daily Mail has taken down a story from its website about the author JK Rowling after she sued the paper for libel.Rowling... | The Guardian – 2014-01-31

Mail Online fuels DMGT ad revenue rise

Daily Mail publisher reports that website's ad revenues increased by 48% to £14m in the final three months of 2013Mail Online's ad revenues increased by almost 50% to £14m in the final three months... | The Guardian – 2014-02-05

Shares in Daily Mail owner rise

Shares in the Daily Mail's publisher rise 4.8% to a 13-year high after the group posted strong quarterly results. | BBC – 2014-02-05

Daily Mail tops the league of press regulation code breaches

The Press Complaints Commission has published the statistical breakdown that was requested when its chairman, Lord Hunt, appeared before the commons media and culture select committee two weeks... | The Guardian – 2014-02-13

Hacked Off to Daily Mail: you are the biggest ethical code offender

I posted an item yesterday about the Press Complaints Commission publishing on its website a breakdown of the publications responsible for breaches of the editors' code of practice.At the top of the... | The Guardian – 2014-02-14

Sunday Mail's headline about Alex Salmond letter was a joke

I hardly know where to start with this page in yesterday's Sunday Mail, the Glasgow-based paper published by Trinity Mirror.The "reign" in the top headline is, of course, a mistake. Many a reader... | The Guardian – 2014-02-17

The Check Is in the Mail: Patterson Sends over $267,000 to Booksellers

This week James Patterson mailed the first installment of his $1 million pledge to 54 indie booksellers and the NCIBA for California Bookstore Day. | Publishers Weekly – 2014-02-19

Harriet Harman demands apology for Daily Mail's paedophile 'smears'

Labour deputy leader steps up her attack on rightwing paper, calling on it to retract its 'politically motivated' claimsHarriet Harman went to war with the Daily Mail on Tuesday over its claims she... | The Guardian – 2014-02-26

Harriet Harman: 'The Daily Mail should be apologising, not me'

Labour deputy leader claims paper's associate editor has admitted she was never an apologist for paedophiliaHarriet Harman has again called on the Daily Mail to "apologise and put the record... | The Guardian – 2014-02-26

Daily Mail and Guardian digital 'minnows', says News UK chief

Mike Darcey says relying on online ads as main revenue stream is risky in market containing rivals such as Google and FacebookNews UK chief executive Mike Darcey has called the Guardian and Daily... | The Guardian – 2014-03-05

Daily Mail Admits It Lied About JK Rowling

The Daily Mail apologized on Wednesday for publishing a false story about JK Rowling. Rowling sued Associated Newspapers, the publisher of the Daily Mail, over a September 2013 article titled "How... | The Huffington Post – 2014-05-07

No junk mail: Liverpool tweets support for posties who won't deliver the Sun

Postal workers near Liverpool have refused to deliver free promotional copies of the Sun, leading to a show of support across social media The news that postal workers near Liverpool have refused to... | The Guardian – 2014-06-11

News Corp and Mail Online plagiarism spat goes to Cannes Lions festival | Media Monkey

The ongoing Antipodeon spat between News Corp and Mail Online over the latters alleged plagiarism appears to have spilled over onto waterfront at this weeks Cannes Lions advertising festival. The... | The Guardian – 2014-06-17

Mail Online chief in clash with Australian reporter over copyright

Media journalist from Rupert Murdoch paper tried to confront Martin Clarke over alleged lifting of articles from other sitesThe spat between News Corp and Mail Online over copyright in Australia has... | The Guardian – 2014-06-19

Rolf Harris: Mail and Sun blame Leveson inquiry for his 'secret' arrest

The conviction of Rolf Harris on 12 counts of indecent assault dominates today's national newspapers. It gets front page treatment in each of the 10 titles and I counted a total of 43 pages devoted... | The Guardian – 2014-07-01

“I was just amazed”: Joanna Rakoff on reading Salinger’s fan mail

A memoirist discusses her first job at a time-warp literary agency and the reclusive author who restored her faith | Salon.com – 2014-07-01

Mail Online apologises to George Clooney for publishing false story

Newspaper removes article on actor's fiancée Amal Alamuddin from its website after he calls it inaccurate and 'irresponsible'George Clooney attacks Daily Mail over 'irresponsible' story Mail Online... | The Guardian – 2014-07-09

Mail apologises to George Clooney

The Mail Online apologises to US actor George Clooney after publishing a story claiming his fiancee's mother opposes their marriage. | BBC – 2014-07-09

George Clooney rejects Daily Mail apology, calling it 'worst kind of tabloid'

Gravity actor accuses paper of a 'cover-up' and telling a 'premeditated lie' after it published a false story about his fianceeGeorge Clooney has rejected the Daily Mail's apology for a false story... | The Guardian – 2014-07-11

George Clooney rejects Daily Mail apology, saying it is 'the worst kind of tabloid'

George Clooney has rejected the Daily Mail's apology for a false story about his fiancee's mother, describing the paper as "the worst kind of tabloid".Two days ago, the actor said the... | The Guardian – 2014-07-11

George Clooney on his Daily Mail assault: it's fun to slap those bad guys

George Clooney clearly enjoyed his recent assault on the Daily Mail. He told Variety, the US entertainment trade magazine: "It's just fun to slap those bad guys every once in a while, knock 'em... | The Guardian – 2014-07-22

Irish Daily Mail apologises and pays damages to senator

Associated Newspapers has apologised and paid damages to an Irish senator, Fidelma Healy Eames, for two articles published in the Irish Daily Mail two years ago.The articles in August 2012 concerned... | The Guardian – 2014-07-28

Plot to Hack Newspaper Among More Than 30 BBC, Mail and Telegraph Story Links Removed from Google

Google has removed links to more than 30 stories from the BBC, Telegraph and Mail websites, the publishers have revealed. The BBC last week identified 12 stories that Google has notified it over... | Editor & Publisher – 2014-08-27

Open-Xchange launches open-source OX Guard encryption tool for its mail and storage apps

The tool doesn't solve certain fundamental problems around current encryption technology, but it is easy to use and probably a lot better than nothing. Open-Xchange launches open-source OX Guard... | GigaOM – 2014-09-03

Daily Mail publishes third correction in breaching the editors' code

Continue reading... | The Guardian – 2014-09-04

Hangouts gets free voice calling, SMS and voice mail as Google aims to unify messaging

Google wants you to use Hangouts for all your messaging needs, which is why the company is now adding free calls and other Google Voice features to the app. Hangouts gets free voice calling, SMS... | GigaOM – 2014-09-10

Mail Online’s Edit Staff Moonlights as Ad Creators

For many publishers trying to jump on the native advertising gravy train, the biggest challenge is running sponsor content that’s actually high quality. The irony of this is publishers have... | Editor & Publisher – 2014-10-16

Duffy leaving Tesco for Daily Mail

Tesco’s book buying manager Paul Duffy is set to leave the supermarket in a few weeks’ time. The Bookseller can report that Duffy, Tesco’s head of buying for newspapers, magazines and books,... | The Bookseller – 2014-11-21

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