Despite a string of recent controversies, the New York Times reported record growth in subscriptions last week. The paper is ending the year just shy of 5 million subscribers, and is projected to attain 10 million by 2025.
After a series of privacy scandals, Facebook’s latest policy that exempts political candidates from being fact-checked came under fire from presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren. And Warren is hardly the only lawmaker who supports increased regulation of the tech giant.
On August 12th, Vermont Senator and presidential candidate Bernie Sanders entered into a public argument with the Washington Post after alleging that the newspaper has a bias against him. The bias, Sanders claimed, is a result of his attacks on Jeff Bezos, the billionaire owner
Various media outlets try to convey the impact and complexities of the Amazon burning as interested parties fight over resources.
Political messages abound in this year’s Super Bowl ads.
Did Bloomberg expose “The Big Hack?”
Facebook makes headlines (without a major hack)
Where will Amazon’s empire go next?
The media is still reeling from the Harvey Weinstein fallout as more women start to speak out.
In the wake of Weinstein, more men are coming out of the woodwork and are being accused and condemned for harassment