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New York Times Reporter in Plagiarism Probe

Editors at The New York Times today will determine the fate of Zachery Kouwe, a business reporter who copied passages from competing news outlets in numerous articles, in a case that may illustrate the hazards of practicing web-speed journalism.

NY Times Expands Growth Plans, Despite Ad Woes

No wonder The New York Times is so anxious to start getting readers to open their wallets. In the fourth quarter of 2009, when other huge newspaper companies were experiencing a mild turnaround, The New York Times Co. recorded a 14.7% drop in advertising revenue, according to its year-end earnings report.

Why I Don't Love The NY Times's New Pay Plan

The New York Times finally committed last week to a plan to start charging readers of its website for some of the articles they read. And, as with most events preceded by enormous build-up, it was a bit of a disappointment.

Newspaper Company Faces Bankruptcy

The long, steep decline in newspaper ad sales and circulation is starting to level off, but that doesn't solve the debt problems bedeviling firms like Affiliated Media. The holding company for industry heavyweight MediaNews Group will go through a prepackaged bankruptcy to eliminate most of its debt.

The Dirtiest Lunch Rooms in the Media Business

The American print-publishing industry isn't healthy -- and the food it's serving its workers may not be, either. A quick survey of cafeteria health inspection records shows some alarming results. Lunch anyone?

Five Media Changes to Watch for in 2010

What media-industry developments and market forces will make headlines in the year to come? Pay-to-read online content, tablet computers, mom-and-pop newsrooms and, oh yes -- banks taking over the magazine and newspaper game.

A New York Times-Wall Street Journal Feud Explained

A New York Times-Wall Street Journal feud heats up. Following news that the Journal accused The Times of having tried two years ago to influence the come of a journalism award, the Journal is now releasing a nearly two-year-old response from its then-editor.

NY Times Co. in spin-control mode

The people in charge at The New York Times Co. are all about transparency -- except when they're not.

Times publisher Arthur Sulzberger Jr. and...