Bill Keller, the former executive editor of The New York Times, talks about The Marshall Project.
The company is the latest Internet firm to unionize, after Gawker and the Guardian in the U.S.
A look back at the week’s stories, as told in pictures.
Film and TV
The stylist is expanding her business by hosting a nighttime TV talk show on Lifetime and making her fashion e-zine The Zoe Report shoppable.
The campaign marks the first time Bailey has worked with Jaeger since the Sixties.
Porter Magazine has appointed Alex White as U.S. fashion director at large, a new role.
The public relations executive is venturing out on her own with White Spark, a development and marketing agency.
According to the National Center on Sexual Exploitation, Rite Aid, Hannaford and Food Lion chains will shelve Cosmopolitan behind blinders, citing &amp;quot;explicit&amp;quot; sexual content as a reason.