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    The New York Times Company Names Kinsey Wilson Executive Vice President of Product and Technology

    Business Wire – 12:00 PM ET 03/30/2015

    The New York Times Company (NYT) announced today that Kinsey Wilson, currently The Times’s editor for strategy and innovation, has also been named executive vice president, product and technology. In making the announcement, Mr. Thompson and Mr. Baquet said, “The company’s initial plan was to appoint an executive vice president who would work as a partner to Kinsey in his newsroom role.

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    The New York Times Company to Webcast First-Quarter 2015 Earnings Conference Call

    Business Wire – 10:17 AM ET 03/30/2015

    The New York Times Company (NYT) announced today that its first-quarter 2015 earnings conference call will be held on Thursday, April 30 at 11:00 a.m. E.T. The Company’s earnings announcement will be released before the market opens that morning and will be available on www.nytco.com. To access the call, dial 877-201-0168 or 647-788-4901 . The passcode is 16267398.

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    U.S. coding website GitHub hit with cyberattack

    MarketWatch – 11:49 PM ET 03/29/2015

    BEIJING-- A popular U.S. coding website is enduring an onslaught of Internet traffic meant for China's most popular search engine, and security experts say the episode likely represents an attempt by China to shut down anticensorship tools. The attack on San Francisco-based GitHub Inc., a service used by programmers and major tech firms world-wide to develop software, appears to underscore how China's Internet censors increasingly reach outside the country to clamp down on...

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    Lyle Gramley, Volcker Ally Among Fed Governors, Dies at 88

    SourceMedia Bond Buyer – 7:04 PM ET 03/24/2015

    Lyle Gramley, a Federal Reserve governor who helped battle a recession and inflation of more than 10 percent during President Ronald Reagan's first term in the 1980s, has died. He was 88.

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    Bubble porn and the risks of a quiet market

    MarketWatch – 8:59 AM ET 03/24/2015

    Critical intelligence before the U.S. market opens. There have surely been some volatile swings during this six-year bull run. Last week had some verve, for instance.

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    Reuters websites become inaccessible in China

    Reuters – 1:00 AM ET 03/20/2015

    The news websites of Reuters, including those in English and Chinese, were inaccessible in China on Friday, after users first experienced difficulties accessing them late on Thursday. The websites of Bloomberg News, the New York Times (NYT) and News Corp's Wall Street Journal have all been inaccessible in China for some time.

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    Dutch pay-per-story start-up Blendle signs U.S. newspapers

    Reuters – 9:15 AM ET 03/12/2015

    Dutch pay-per-story start-up Blendle has signed deals with the Wall Street Journal, New York Times (NYT) and Washington Post, marking its first offering of English language newspapers on its service, the company said in Thursday. So far Blendle has only offered articles from Dutch and Belgian newspapers and magazines, as well as The Economist.

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    The New York Times Launches City Guide/New York, a Chinese-Language Print Publication for Chinese Travelers Bound for the U.S.

    Business Wire – 10:30 AM ET 03/11/2015

    The New York Times (NYT) today launched a Chinese-language print publication, City Guide/New York, with global distribution of 210,000 copies.

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    Research from The New York Times T Brand Studio and Chartbeat Shows That Branded Content Can Generate Significant Audience Engagement

    Business Wire – 10:40 AM ET 03/10/2015

    Results from a New York Times T Brand Studio and Chartbeat study released today indicate that The Times’s native advertising platform, Paid Posts, can generate significant audience engagement, on par with some editorial content on NYTimes.com and other publisher sites.

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    The New York Times Launches on Instagram

    Business Wire – 8:15 AM ET 03/09/2015

    The New York Times (NYT) today launched a primary account on Instagram to share and showcase the breadth of The Times’s photojournalism and visual reporting. On Instagram, The Times will share work by staff and freelance photographers, provide richer context to breaking news, and experiment with an Instagram-first method of storytelling.

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    Long-term investor: Irving Kahn, who shorted 1929 Crash, dies at 109

    MarketWatch – 2:12 PM ET 02/26/2015

    Active investor, along with Buffett, was Benjamin Graham disciple. SAN FRANCISCO-- He gave long-term investor a whole new meaning. Contrarian investor Irving Kahn, known for making money in the 1929 Crash by shorting stocks, has died at the ripe age of 109. But he left his mark on Wall Street.

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    RPT-Industry lobbyists take aim at proposed FAA drone rules

    Reuters – 8:58 AM ET 02/24/2015

    Businesses hoping to capitalize on the commercial potential of drones are preparing to push back against proposed regulations that would strictly limit how the aircraft can be used.

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    Industry lobbyists take aim at proposed FAA drone rules

    Reuters – 9:20 PM ET 02/23/2015

    Businesses hoping to capitalize on the commercial potential of drones are preparing to push back against proposed regulations that would strictly limit how the aircraft can be used.

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    The New York Times Company Announces Nominations for Board of Directors

    Business Wire – 5:16 PM ET 02/19/2015

    The New York Times Company (NYT) announced today that Dara Khosrowshahi and Rebecca Van Dyck will stand as nominees for election to the company’s Board of Directors at the 2015 annual meeting of stockholders on May 6. David Liddle, a director since 2000, is retiring from the Board following the annual meeting and will not be standing for re-election.

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    The New York Times Company Declares Regular Quarterly Dividend

    Business Wire – 4:50 PM ET 02/19/2015

    The New York Times Company’s Board of Directors today declared a regular quarterly dividend of $.04 per share on the Company’s Class A and Class B common stock. The New York Times Company (NYT) is a global media organization dedicated to enhancing society by creating, collecting and distributing high-quality news and information.

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    The New York Times Magazine Unveils Print, Digital Redesign Featuring New Columns and Bold, Clean Layout

    Business Wire – 5:00 AM ET 02/19/2015

    The New York Times Magazine will introduce its redesign in print on Sunday, Feb. 22, with digital content from the premiere issue available at NYTimes.com/Magazine. Silverstein and Bichler have spent the past four months working intensively on this redesign. Some of the new weekly features include: First Words. Search Results. Sunday Funny. The Ons.

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    The New York Times and CIG Education Group Collaborate on New Education Initiative

    Business Wire – 1:23 PM ET 02/18/2015

    The New York Times (NYT) and CIG Education Group have come together to launch NYT EDUcation, a new education initiative. NYT EDUcation will provide innovative courses and programs covering a wide array of subjects, including communications and media, which reflect the authoritative content and intellectual breadth of The New York Times.

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    The New York Times News Service & Syndicate Launches New Weekly Personal Finance Guide

    Business Wire – 9:17 AM ET 02/17/2015

    The New York Times News Service & Syndicate launched a new supplement - “Spending Well: The Weekly Guide to Managing Your Money, Work and Success” - which offers readers advice on how to spend, save, plan and enjoy their time and money now and in the future.

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    New York medical examiner probes journalist David Carr's death

    Reuters – 2:57 PM ET 02/13/2015

    The New York City medical examiner's office said on Friday it is investigating the death of New York Times (NYT) media columnist David Carr, a day after he collapsed at the newspaper's office and died at age 58.

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    New York Times media columnist David Carr dies at 58

    MarketWatch – 7:13 AM ET 02/13/2015

    David Carr, a media columnist for the New York Times (NYT), died suddenly after collapsing in his office Thursday, a spokeswoman for the paper said. He was 58 years old. The cause of death wasn't immediately clear.

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