Controversial Brietbart editor Milo Yiannopoulos has lost a book deal and CPAC speaker role after video footage of him condoning pedophilia was released, according to the NY Times.
The daily publication chose the wrong gender symbol for its feature story about women fighting for their rights.
We sat down with the co-founders of Mic, Reddit, and Hearsay to discuss the ever-changing news industry and how millennials are changing the game.
CNBC’s Julia Boorstin talks to The New York Times CEO Mark Thompson about "fake news," subscriber growth and President-elect Donald Trump.
Donald Trump will meet with journalists and columnists from The New York Times on Tuesday.
Donald Trump met with media figures at Trump Tower on Monday and told them they all got it wrong.
The nonprofit organization filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection on Sunday after years of faltering attendance.
A federal jury awarded $3-million in damages to a former University of Virginia associate dean on Monday.
The network is cutting ties with its veteran political analyst after learning she may have sent Hillary Clinton questions before a debate and town hall.
The Republican presidential nominee believes Slim is trying to damage his campaign.
This marks the first time in the publication's 34-year history that its editorial board takes sides in on the presidential race.
Adam Clyne, COO of media outlet TheLADbible Group, talks about internet advertising and why VICE and BuzzFeed are his site's main rivals.
A Times spokeswoman claims there is no evidence of the attacks compromising any information.
News Corp. gained more than 4 percent on Tuesday after the media company posted an unexpected revenue gain.
The network says the departures are unrelated to the sexual harassment allegations against Roger Ailes.
The publishing company received a $70.5 million investment from billionaire Patrick Soon-Shiong.
The cable news channel is shutting down at the end of April.
The latest arrests at Rupert Murdoch’s British newspaper empire have sparked renewed concerns about whether News Corp will continue to back the papers, CNBC.com's Catherine Boyle writes.