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Now's as Good a Time as Any for the New York Times to Go Private

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Now's as Good a Time as Any for the New York Times to Go Private

The Atlantic Wire – 2012-08-17

A New York Times spokesman told Bloomberg Businessweek today that the company has no plans to go private. But why not?  "The company does not plan to go private and is not for sale," was the actual statement given, but it seems to belie everything the Times has worked for in recent weeks. You see, the paper is about to get rid of the search-bonking, money-burning thorn in their financial side, About.com, for some $270 million. And Bloomberg Businessweek's Edmund...
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Cathy Sharick named managing editor of Time.com

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New York Post Launches New Kindle Fire App

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Gannett Shuts Down New York Entertainment and Nightlife Website, Metromix

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The New York Times, The Daily and New Yorker Top Performing Titles on Apple’s Newsstand

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News Corp. for First Time Details Tabloid Bribe for Story on Child Killer

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The New York Times Launches Education Travel Program

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The New York Times Public Editor Asks If Paper Should 'Be a Truth Vigilante'

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Times Co. Calls Union Back to Negotiations After CEO Departure

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The Sunday Times prepares iPad and Android editions for Christmas Day

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Baptist Times to close after 156 years

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Time-travel romance for Piccadilly

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New York Magazine Raises Cover Price $1 to $5.99

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Steve Jobs nominated as Time's Person of the Year

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Steve Jobs wanted to help New York Times, bonded with Rupert Murdoch

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Heinemann buys début by Times columnist

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New York Times digital subscribers up 40,000

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Jewish Times publisher granted bankruptcy extension

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Boos: Now is the time for start-ups

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Subscribers to The Times website up by 10%

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The WSJ Europe Publisher Walks; The Times Offers Buyouts

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Financial Times To Fold Paid Online News Service Tilt

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Movable Ink raises $1.3 million for real-time email marketing

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Time Inc.’s Real Simple App Launches First on NOOK

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College Bookstores in Dynamic Times

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Oneworld buys book from Private Eye journalist

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Time Inc. Launches PinPoint For Ad Clients

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Is POD Ready for Prime Time?

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Bragg to judge Sunday Times short story prize

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Hi-Media ad network to introduce real-time bidding

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Social Networks, Blogs Account For Πof Time Americans Spend on Web

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Google, lawyers get more time for digital library

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Judge extends time for Google digital books talks

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News organisations: it's time to look into e-book publishing

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Twitter Finally Unveils Analytics (But Only in Private Beta)

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Nielsen In a report on social media published Monday, Nielsen breaks down how Americans spend their time on the Internet. The results are sobering for the online news industry. Americans spend 22.5... | Poynter. – 2011-09-12

New York Times ventures into India with a website

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Creditors vote on fate of Jewish Times publisher

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Time Out appoints new editor-in-chief

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TIME and its Tumblrs

The renowned American publication TIME Magazine has decided to launch not one, but two Tumblr blogs. In a staff memo published on Poynter, Jim Frederick, the magazine's managing editor, explains why... | Editors Weblog – 2011-09-07

Time magazine launches two Tumblrs

Romenesko+ Memos One is a shorter, more social version of Time’s photo blog, LightBox. The second Tumblr, according to a Time memo, “aims to be a digital scrapbook of this institution’s vintage... | Poynter. – 2011-09-07

Good Housekeeping launches reader research tool

Hearst Magazines' homes title Good Housekeeping has launched a new reader recommendation tool for brands to use across marketing material and campaigns. | Media Week – 2011-09-05

New York City's spots for book lovers

Bibliophiles can turn to several tourist spots in New York City, including the public library and Book Row, to get a good read on the printed word and its writers.On the third floor of a big, gray... | L.A. Times – 2011-09-04

Apple pulls Financial Times app

The Financial Times digital application has been removed from the iTunes App Store after Apple revised its policy to ensure that it could obtain 30% of all subscription fees purchased within the... | Editors Weblog – 2011-08-31

Time's Up: The Financial Times Heads Out of iTunes

Apple's new subscription rules have finally forced a major publisher out. | AllThingsD – 2011-08-31

Time Inc. veteran Fenner named Chicago magazine editor-in-chief

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Can a computer ever give good book recommendations?

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