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Aaron Kushner maintains that his Freedom Communications, parent of The Orange County Register and other papers, is on the road to success.







Fifteen nonprofit groups conducted research that led to a new website to help parents better understand these issues and a campaign to promote the site.







The music industry eagerly awaits the first-week sales of Taylor Swift’s new album, “1989,” as CD sales continue to slump, and Ms. Swift moves farther away from country music.







WikiLeaks now has a commercial arm with licensing deals around the world.







Most journalists are bystanders who chronicle the exploits of people who do things. But the man who helped run The Washington Post for 26 years actually did things.







The Council of Public Relations Firms plans to adopt an informal name, the P.R. Council, and promote the benefits of public relations to senior executives of client companies.







Mr. Bradlee, a quintessential newspaper editor, supervised The Washington Post’s exposure of the Watergate scandal that led to the resignation of President Richard M. Nixon.







“After,” Anna Todd’s wildly popular web novel based on Harry Styles of the boy band One Direction, is being published as a book.







Johnny Weir and Tara Lipinski, whose analysis drew praise during the Winter Olympics in Sochi, have earned an expected promotion to the lead team for the sport on the NBC Sports Group.







Mr. Weisenthal, who has built a devoted following at Business Insider, where he writes up to 15 articles a day, will lead a markets and finance site at Bloomberg.







The investment firm has taken a majority stake in Creative Artists Agency, further tying it to the industry powerhouse after first making an investment four years ago.







The Voyage’s main trick is a high-resolution display that is on par with the high-resolution displays now found on most of our other mobile devices.







Senator Patrick Leahy, the Vermont Democrat, called on Comcast to commit to never allow so-called fast lanes on its network.







Searching for data-driven decision-making, Ogilvy & Mather is pooling its data executives in a unit called OgilvyAmp.







Amazon has reached a deal with Simon & Schuster, one of the Big Five publishers, while the retailer’s battle with another publisher, Hachette, grinds on.







Analysts said that the 15-day suspension seemed aimed at curtailing coverage that has been increasingly critical of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif.

The streaming service, which sells online access to 20 million songs, will let subscribers add up to four accounts at half the usual price.







The company said its net income in the third quarter grew 48.6 percent, year over year, aided by political advertising.







The new service, which is expected to start by June, will emphasize a curated selection of films intended for an art house audience.







Haberman, an agency in Minneapolis, has created a story designed to appeal to consumers of wellness products.







Identifying an actress in a United Airlines commercial, and Geico’s ties to Berkshire Hathaway.







Rolling Stone hires two executives and Nancy Mahon, a senior vice president of the Estée Lauder Companies, expands her role as part of a promotion.







Local newspapers nationwide now deliver with their Sunday papers a 24-page color tabloid edition of The Post.







The market chain is trying to reignite sales growth and fend off increased competition by promoting the social values it follows in stocking its shelves.







Stephen Colbert chided the search engine for getting his height wrong, a situation that highlighted challenges about the accuracy and sources of its information.







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