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The New York Times Publishes Long-Awaited Report on Sexual Harassment at Vice Media

The story had been the subject of months of speculation and rumor.

Penske Media Acquires Controlling Interest in Wenner Media and Rolling Stone

Penske Media has acquired a majority stake in Wenner Media, parent of Rolling Stone.

Self Editor in Chief Reflects on First Year Without Print

Self became digital-only in December 2016.

A.G. Sulzberger Named Publisher of The New York Times

Arthur Sulzberger Jr. will retire after 25 years.

Elle.com Looks to Documentary-Style Video

Elle, like many other media outlets, is building out its video offerings.

Hearst 100: Joanna Coles Annual Power Luncheon Addresses Sexual Harassment

The Hearst 100 drew a powerful guest list, but the biggest stars were New York Times reporters Jodi Kantor…

Port Authority Reopens After Explosion; Suspect Akayed Ullah Taken Into Custody for Terror-Related Incident

Police officials called for constant vigilance after Monday morning's bombing in the Port Authority.

Food Magazines Come Together for Charity

The editor in chiefs of four food magazines created an initiative called "Cook, Gather, Give" to raise money…

Bloomberg Celebrates New Annual List of Changemakers

The company launched the Bloomberg 50, a new awards initiative.

Christiane Amanpour Will Replace Charlie Rose at PBS on Interim Basis

PBS will rebroadcast "Amanpour" at 11 p.m.

Male Model Jason Boyce Accuses Bruce Weber of Sexual Harassment and Discrimination

The complaint claims Boyce suffered "mental anguish and humiliation, as well as adverse employment…

W Magazine Positions Itself as a Luxury Collectible

The magazine will increase its newsstand price to $9.99 as it decreases its frequency.

Time Inc. Unloads Sunset to L.A.-Based Private Equity Firm

The magazine has found an enthusiastic buyer in a Los Angeles–based private equity firm.

S.I. Newhouse Jr. Remembered as Patron of Magazines — and the Arts

The chairman emeritus of Condé Nast, who died on Oct. 1, was remembered by colleagues, family and friends.

With Time Deal Signed, Meredith Looks to Cut Costs, Burnish Digital

The $2.8 billion deal gives Midwesterner Meredith some New York flair.