Ben Kesling, reporter based in Chicago for the Wall Street Journal, reported Oct. 11 that the FBI has given the lead role in the 1982 Tylenol murders investigation to the Police Dept. in Arlington Heights, a suburb of Chicago. Continue »
Gannett Company net income plunged 40.1% to $79.7M, mostly due to weaker ad sales; Religion journalist Patton Dodd named EIC of Wash Post's 'On Faith'; NY Times tech scribe David Pogue is decamping for Yahoo... Continue »
Seventeen forges YouTube alliance; Rodale taps Dow Jones veteran; Suniewick seeks NBCU/Comcast synergies; Twitter Snags Google Exec; Metal Packagers Hit USAT on BPA Coverage; Solomon to Edit ForbesLife; Iannotta Heads Aerospace Mag; Dunaway Names CMO of Opera News...
Twitter registered a rise in third quarter red ink to $64.6M from $21.6M, according to its Oct. 15 amended S-1 filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission ahead of its initial public offering. Continue »
Freedom Communications has purchased the Press-Enterprise (Riverside, Cal.) from A.H. Belo for $27.3M; The Wall Street Journal has hired technology reporters Doug MacMillan and Jeff Elder, according to a staff memo from global tech editor Jonathan Krim. Continue »
The royal road to freelance assignments is for the writer to establish himself or herself as an expert in some subject area, a group of 35 writers was told last night at the Playwright’s Celtic Pub in New York. Continue »