New York Times Co. Chairman Arthur Sulzberger Jr. denied gender bias played any part in his decision to fire top editor Jill Abramson, saying she publicly mistreated colleagues and was a poor communicator.
Ken Auletta, author and New Yorker writer, says the public has yet to find out the extent of government surveillance on them. Auletta talks with Bloomberg's Tom Keene, Scarlet Fu and Alix Steele on Bloomberg Radio's "Bloomberg Surveillance."
Colm Kelleher and Paul J. Taubman, co-heads of Morgan Stanley’s biggest business, work on opposite sides of an ocean, disagree about strategy and share an enmity that has become the subject of company jokes.
Charlie Rose, Nov. 5: A discussion about the future of books with former HarperCollins CEO and creator of digital publisher Open Road Jane Friedman, Tim O'Reilly of O'Reilly Media, author Jonathan Safran Foer and Ken Auletta of The New Yorker.
Back in the 1970s, celebrities of all stripes, from President Jimmy Carter to Mother Teresa , would visit the South Bronx to shake their heads over how the greatest city in the U.S., or a significant part of it, all of a sudden looked like Berlin in 1945.