Apr 29, 2011 @ 9:00:00 am
AdWeek gives a summary of the New York Times Company’s annual meeting, at which chairman Arthur Sulzberger Jr. claimed that the company needed to approach its new paywall with “constant innovation,” and argued that “dangerous and complicated stories are worth paying for.” CEO Janet Robinson pointed out that the company’s 2010 profits were on the rise, but some shareholders remained skeptical: One asked why dividends, which were frozen in 2009, have yet to be reinstated.
Malcolm Gladwell explains his method for keeping up with the news. The Blink author reads newspapers—in their print versions. “At this point, I realize, I am almost a full 24 hours behind the news cycle. Is this is a problem? I have no idea.”
Author Ed Martin has opened a bookstore in New York’s West Village, but he has only one book for sale:
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