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Google withdrew from China in 2010 to protest the country’s censorship. Now the internet giant is working on a search engine that complies with Chinese censorship rules.
Alex Stamos, Facebook’s chief security officer, is joining Stanford to teach and to examine the role of security and technology in society.
Anna Wintour is staying, but the once-plush company behind Vogue and The New Yorker lost $120 million last year.
After a white poet’s use of African-American vernacular was criticized for being offensive, the magazine’s poetry editors apologized.
It has been a bruising time for the music trade publication, involving allegations of editorial interference and inappropriate behavior for top executives.
A two-time Pulitzer winner and a leader of the newspaper’s digital initiatives takes over the section at an unsettled time for local news coverage.
The subscription-based movie ticket service has been on a roller-coaster ride since 2011, and the end feels near. Here’s what happened.
Days after The New Yorker detailed allegations of sexual harassment against Mr. Moonves, the company’s directors took no immediate action.
The rapper and Chicago leader, 25, recently announced he bought the local outlet to resurrect it. But nobody should expect him, or anyone, to be local media’s superhero.
Lawmakers have responded to a crisis in local news coverage by dedicating public money to fund journalism in what is believed to be the first effort of its kind.
Chris Pratt and other stars derided the “mob mentality” that led Disney to oust the writer-director James Gunn. But just how should studios handle transgressions made during a more anything-goes era?
Ms. Spencer will also executive produce the limited series, the true story of a washerwoman who founded a hair-care company and became a millionaire.
The subscription-based movie ticket service said the outage happened after it could not pay its bills and was forced to borrow $5 million.
As print takes a back seat to digital, two of Vogue’s most influential longtime staffers are leaving their roles for freelance positions.