The second-ranking U.S. official in Libya during last year’s deadly attack on the mission in Benghazi immediately considered it a terrorist attack rather than a spontaneous event, according to a transcript of his interview with congressional investigators.
The New York Times posted an 18 percent gain in daily circulation, vaulting it past USA Today as the second-largest U.S. newspaper, according to figures released today by the Alliance for Audited Media.
New York Times Co. Chief Executive Officer Mark Thompson is taking a cue from subscription services like Netflix Inc. in a bid to transform the publisher into an Internet company that relies less on advertising.
Charles Manby, a senior partner at Goldman Sachs Group Inc., will lead a 100 million-pound ($152 million) fundraising campaign for the Francis Crick Institute, which will be Europe’s largest biomedical research center.
New York Times Co. incoming Chief Executive Officer Mark Thompson is going public to defend his leadership at the British Broadcasting Corp. amid calls for the newspaper company to reevaluate its CEO choice.
New York Times Co., reshuffling its staff after the arrival of Chief Executive Officer Mark Thompson last year, will create three new groups in an effort to streamline the company and promote its online operations.
New York Times Co. named Mark Thompson as its next chief executive officer after a nine-month search, turning to a leader who steered the British Broadcasting Corp. through belt tightening and job cuts.
New York Times Co. Executive Editor Jill Abramson, who dispatched a team of reporters to investigate the controversy over Mark Thompson’s leadership of the British Broadcasting Corp., said she remains sanguine about his role as chief executive officer of her company.
Mark Thompson, the newly installed chief executive officer of New York Times Co., testified at an internal inquiry by the British Broadcasting Corp. into why it canceled a news report about alleged sexual abuse at the broadcaster, raising concerns of a cover-up.