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After selling off assets, New York Times Co. is left with two chiefs tasked with managing its finances.

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After selling off assets, New York Times Co. is left with two chiefs tasked with managing its finances.

The New York Times Has Two Chief Financial Officers

(Update: New York Times Co. reorganized its staff the day after this story published to eliminate the redundant CFO positions.) New York Times Co. has too many people at the top. After it sells the Boston Globe, the company will...

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The New York Times is hoping to attract young readers by meeting them where they hang out.

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The New York Times is hoping to attract young readers by meeting them where they hang out.

Hey Kids, Forget Netflix! Come Party With The New York Times

The New York Times has plenty of paying readers, about 1.61 million as of September. But if there’s something the Times wants more than paying readers, it’s young paying readers. It wants kids out of college willing to plunk down a few bucks...

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Netflix CEO Reed Hastings still hasn't recovered from a series of past mistakes that he attributed to "arrogance."

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Netflix CEO Reed Hastings still hasn't recovered from a series of past mistakes that he attributed to "arrogance."

Netflix Still ‘on Probation’ With Customers, Hastings Says

More than a year after triggering a cyber-revolt among his subscribers, Netflix Chief Executive Officer Reed Hastings said he’s only halfway to redemption. “You might say we’re on probation at this point, so we’re out of jail,” Hastings said during...

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Ben Curtis, Dell's pitchman a decade ago, is now an actor and producer. But he's open to returning to his glory role.

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Ben Curtis, Dell's pitchman a decade ago, is now an actor and producer. But he's open to returning to his glory role.

‘Dell Dude’ Says He Can Fix Dell

Ben Curtis, the actor made famous by his role in Dell commercials early last decade, says he’s got the solution to the problems that led Michael Dell to seek a leveraged buyout: Resurrect the “Dell Dude.” Dell was an unstoppable...

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