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An employee walks at the offices of Apple Daily and Next Media after police raided the newsroom, in Hong Kong, China June 17, 2021. Apple's presses whirred out the first copies of the print run around midnight, and the papers were whisked away by vans and trucks across Hong Kong. One displayed a picture of Apple's logo with the words "Support press freedom" beneath it. The front page of Apple Daily reported the raid, which involved 500 officers, saying police had seized 44 hard disk drives as evidence. "If we can’t survive, there's no more press freedom," Ng said as he worked.
Persons: Lam, Mong, Tsang, Hong Kongers, Tam, he'd, It's, Ryan Law, Jimmy Lai, Ng, , Andrew Heslop, ” Heslop, Jessie Pang, Donny Kwok, Marius Zaharia, Gerry Doyle Organizations: Apple Daily, Next Media, REUTERS, Police, HK, European Union, United, World Association of News Publishers, , Commissioner's, Thomson Locations: Hong Kong, China, HONG KONG, Mong Kok, Beijing, Britain, United States
With third-party cookies going away, the digital ad industry is rallying around a replacement based on people's email. But some publishers worry the solution will cost them control over their reader data. Without cookies, it'll be harder for advertisers to target and measure their online ads and are likely to spend less money with publishers and adtech companies. But other publishers fear adtech companies and websites will use their hard-won logged-in audiences' identities without permission to sell advertising cheaply, costing the publishers revenue. The concern is that adtech middlemen could use the identifier to sell ads without the email owners' or publisher's permission.
Persons: they'll, nix, , UID2, Meredith, I've, Jonathan Gualotuña, UID, I'm, Alysia Borsa, Gualotuña, Scott Messer, Messer, that's, Borsa, it's, aren't Organizations: Google, Universal, Trade, Nielsen, The Washington Post, Los Angeles Times, The New York Times, Leaf Group, Publishers, Facebook, Meredith Digital, IAB Tech
Jared Kushner set to publish 'definitive' book on Trump presidency
  + stars: | 2021-06-16 | by ( ) www.reuters.com + 1.00   time to read: +1 min
Former U.S. White House Senior Adviser Jared Kushner speaks during a visit to Rabat, Morocco December 22, 2020. REUTERS/Shereen Talaat/File PhotoLOS ANGELES, June 15 (Reuters) - Jared Kushner, son-in-law of former U.S. President Donald Trump and a senior adviser in his administration, has reached a deal to write a book billed by his publisher as the "definitive" recounting of Trump's presidency. The book will be released early next year, according to publisher Broadside Books, an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers specializing in conservative authors. "Jared Kushner was the most consequential adviser throughout President Trump's presidency, and as a senior adviser, he played a central role in the administration's most significant accomplishments - including the Abraham Accords, Criminal Justice Reform, Operation Warp Speed, and USMCA," Broadside said in announcing the deal. "His book will be the definitive, thorough recounting of the administration and the truth about what happened behind closed doors," the publisher said.
Persons: Jared Kushner, Shereen, Donald Trump, Trump's, Abraham, Kushner, Ivanka Trump, Dan Whitcomb, Kanishka Singh, Michael Perry Organizations: U.S . White, REUTERS, Broadside, HarperCollins Publishers, Abraham Accords, Thomson Locations: Rabat, Morocco
Jared Kushner has signed a publishing deal for a Trump-era memoir due out in 2022. The publisher, part of HarperCollins, says it will be a "definitive" account of the administration. Major publishing houses have so far avoided signing Trump, an unusual situation for a former president. He claimed to have turned down offers from two of the most prestigious publishing houses already, though he did not say which. Sources at the five major publishing houses — Penguin Random House, Hachette Book Group, HarperCollins, Macmillan Publishers, and Simon & Schuster — were not aware of any offer when asked by Politico.
Persons: Jared Kushner, Donald Trump, Trump's, Trump, Kushner, Simon, Schuster —, Schuster, Mike Pence's Organizations: Trump, HarperCollins, White House, Broadside, The Guardian, Guardian, Random, Group, Macmillan Publishers, Politico Locations: China, Mexico, Muslim
Hackers Target Videogame Publishers for Ransom, Source Code
  + stars: | 2021-06-15 | by ( James Rundle | ) www.wsj.com + 0.00   time to read: +6 min
Newsletter Sign-up WSJ Pro Cybersecurity Cybersecurity news, analysis and insights from WSJ's global team of reporters and editors. PREVIEWRather than demanding ransom to not publish the source code, the hackers have instead said they would auction it on the darknet. Additionally, the digital nature of prized assets, such as source code, means that were a hacker to break in, crucial intellectual property can be targeted and stolen. Hackers could sell source code or use it to launch attacks in a number of ways, according to researchers. “If you’re in the market for selling cheats and cracks for a certain game, the source code is going to help you identify ways to bypass protections.
Persons: , Mark Ostrowski, Biden’s, “ There’s, Steve Ragan, Eric Milam, Milam, , Hank Schless, Schless, Ragan, James Rundle Organizations: Arts Inc, Projekt SA, Capcom Co, Capcom, Fighter, FIFA, Software Technologies, EA, cybersecurity, Akamai Technologies Inc, BlackBerry, Lookout Inc, Inc, Apple Inc, Gaming, International Data Corp, FIFA’s Locations: esports, james.rundle
Major literary publishers don't want to touch a Trump book with a 10-foot pole, Politico reports. One industry source told Politico Trump "has screwed over so many publishers" before his presidency. Trump's voluminous lies about election fraud make a Trump book a "fact-checking nightmare." Former President Donald Trump boasted in a recent statement that he's "writing like crazy" on "the book of all books" and "turned down two book deals from the most unlikely publishers." It's still possible that a smaller publishing house could pick up a Trump memoir, or that Trump could publish one on his own, Politico said.
Persons: Politico Trump, Donald Trump, Barack Obama, Michelle Obama, Read, Simon, Schuster, Trump, aren't, Keith Urbahn, Mike Pence, ghostwriters, It's, Donald Trump Jr, Joe Biden Organizations: Politico, Penguin Random, Capitol Hill, Group, HarperCollins, Macmillan Publishers, Trump, Democrats, Defense, Hachette Book, Republican National Committee, New York Times Locations: Trump
National Music Publishers' Association CEO Israelite on Roblox lawsuit
  + stars: | 2021-06-14 | by ( ) www.cnbc.com sentiment -0.94   time to read: 1 min
Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailNational Music Publishers' Association CEO Israelite on Roblox lawsuitDavid Israelite, National Music Publishers' Association CEO, joins ‘Closing Bell’ to discuss the Roblox lawsuit as they sue the gaming company for $200 million for copyright infringement.
Persons: David Israelite, Bell Organizations: National, Publishers, CEO, National Music Publishers, Association CEO
Google, Facebook pledged millions for local news. Was it enough?
  + stars: | 2021-06-10 | by ( Helen Coster | ) www.reuters.com + 0.00   time to read: +8 min
Google and Facebook accounted for 54% of U.S. digital advertising revenue in 2020, according to eMarketer, a market research company. Under the Facebook Journalism Project, for instance, Reuters received funding to develop a digital media training course for journalists. Both Facebook and Google have made contributions to the news industry apart from the $600 million. Both Facebook and Google say publishers benefit just from using their platforms, which deliver traffic that helps drive advertising revenue and subscriptions. The Seattle Times publisher said his paper has participated in programs backed by Google and Facebook.
Persons: , Maribel Perez Wadsworth, We're, Emily Bell, they're, , Campbell Brown, Ben Monnie, ” Brown, Adam Isserlis, Lance Knobel, Frank Blethen Organizations: Reuters, Google, Facebook, Gannett’s USA, USA Today Network, , Tow Center, Digital Journalism, Columbia University, Reuters Institute for, Journalism, Thomson Reuters, Publishers, GO, Associated Press, BuzzFeed, Cook, Post, HD Media, Seattle Times, Thomson Locations: South, Courier, Charleston , South Carolina, Cityside, Oakland , California, United States, U.S, West Virginia
A group of music publishers representing the songwriters of hits from Ed Sheeran, Ariana Grande and the Rolling Stones is suing Roblox Corp. for copyright infringement, alleging the videogame company used their musical works without permission or payment. The publishers, including Universal Music Publishing, and artist DJ Deadmau5, say the company hasn’t licensed the music many of its creators have used in their games, resulting in lost income. Other publisher plaintiffs include entities tied to Big Machine Records, Concord Music Group, Downtown Music Publishing, Kobalt Music Group and Hipgnosis Songs Fund . The boomboxes, which have been purchased by hundreds of thousands of users, play songs recorded by artists such as Deadmau5 and Imagine Dragons. “Roblox actively preys on its impressionable user base and their desire for popular music, teaching children that pirating music is perfectly acceptable,” the complaint says.
Persons: Ed Sheeran, Ariana Grande, DJ Deadmau5, “ Roblox, Roblox Organizations: Roblox Corp, Universal Music Publishing, Central, Central District of California Western Division, Big Machine Records, Concord Music Group, Downtown Music Publishing, Kobalt Music Locations: U.S, Central District
With third-party cookies going away, the digital ad industry is looking to a replacement based on people's email. The dominant solution has broad support from advertisers and adtech companies. Without cookies, it'll be harder for advertisers to target and measure their online ads and are likely to spend less money with publishers and adtech companies. But other publishers fear adtech companies and websites will use their hard-won logged-in audiences' identities without permission to sell advertising cheaply, costing the publishers revenue. The concern is that adtech middlemen could use the identifier to sell ads without the email owners' or publisher's permission.
Persons: it'll, nix, , UID2, Meredith, I've, Jonathan Gualotuña, UID, I'm, Alysia Borsa, Gualotuña, Scott Messer, Messer, that's, Borsa, it's, aren't Organizations: Google, Universal, Trade, Nielsen, The Washington Post, Los Angeles Times, The New York Times, Leaf Group, Publishers, Facebook, Meredith Digital, IAB Tech
Google Settles Antitrust Case Over Advertising Practices
  + stars: | 2021-06-07 | by ( Sam Schechner | ) www.wsj.com sentiment -0.99   time to read: +1 min
PARIS—Alphabet Inc.’s Google agreed to pay a fine of nearly $270 million as part of a settlement with French regulators of one of the first antitrust cases globally to allege the tech company abused its leading role in the digital advertising sector. SHARE YOUR THOUGHTS Will the U.S. follow other countries in curbing the power of tech giants? The authority also alleged other forms of self-preferencing between Google’s advertising-technology tools, including AdX’s offering better interoperability options to DoubleClick for Publishers. Google’s commitments will be binding for three years, the authority said. Write to Sam Schechner at sam.schechner@wsj.comCopyright ©2020 Dow Jones & Company, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
Persons: Google’s, Sam Schechner, Dow Jones, 87990cbe856818d5eddac44c7b1cdeb8 Organizations: Publishers, Dow Jones & Company, Inc Locations: PARIS, U.S
Neeva, the ads-free subscription search engine cofounded by former Googlers, is readying a July launch. At its core, Neeva is essentially the antithesis of Google search. On Thursday, Neeva is also announcing a pledge to share at least 20% of its revenue with publishers and other content creators who provide useful answers to users' search queries. Neeva says it will commit to sharing "at least 20%" of its revenue with content creators, offering payouts when their content directly answers a user's search query. But with its subscription model and focus on privacy-conscious users, Neeva doesn't necessarily have to compete head-to-head with Ramaswamy's former employer.
Persons: Sridhar Ramaswamy, Ramaswamy, Google's, It's, Neeva, he's, they'll, they're, it's, Darin Fisher, Vivek Raghunathan, Americas Margo Georgiadis, Scroll, they've, Martin Garner, Garner, NYU Stern, Scott Galloway, there's, Galloway Organizations: Google, Greylock Partners, Facebook, Chrome, monetization, Americas, LinkedIn, Netflix, Twitter, CCS, NYU Locations: Neeva, Neeva . Galloway
Google Nears Settlement of Ad-Tech Antitrust Case in France
  + stars: | 2021-05-27 | by ( Sam Schechner | Keach Hagey | ) www.wsj.com sentiment -0.97   time to read: +1 min
Alphabet Inc.’s Google is nearing a settlement of an antitrust case in France alleging the company has abused its power in online advertising, and is likely to pay a fine and make operational changes, people familiar with the matter said. The French case, which hasn’t been previously disclosed, is one of the most advanced in the world looking at Google’s dominance as a provider of tools for buying and selling ads across the web. As part of the case, France’s Competition Authority alleged that the company’s advertising server—historically known as DoubleClick for Publishers (DFP) and used by most large online publishers to sell ad space—gave Google’s online ad auction house, AdX, an advantage against other auction operators, the people said. The authority also alleged other forms of self-preferencing between Google’s advertising technology tools, they added. To settle the French charges, Google has offered to improve the interoperability of AdX with advertising servers run by other companies, and to remove some other obstacles faced by competitors, some of the people said.
Persons: hasn’t Organizations: Inc, Google, Competition Authority, Publishers Locations: France
Judge in Texas lawsuit against Google refuses to move case to California
  + stars: | 2021-05-20 | by ( ) www.reuters.com sentiment -1.00   time to read: +1 min
A sign is pictured outside a Google office near the company's headquarters in Mountain View, California, U.S., May 8, 2019. REUTERS/Paresh Dave/File PhotoA Texas judge hearing a state antitrust lawsuit against Alphabet Inc's (GOOGL.O) Google denied on Thursday a request for the case to be moved to California, where the company is fighting similar lawsuits. Google had asked for the case to be moved for several reasons, including that its headquarters is in California, as are many of the witnesses who would likely be called. "Google has failed to meet its burden to establish that the Northern District of California is a clearly more convenient venue for the ... litigation than the Eastern District of Texas," he wrote in denying the request. The government antitrust lawsuit is one of three faced by Google.
Persons: Paresh Dave, Sean Jordan Organizations: REUTERS, Google, U.S, Eastern, Eastern District of, Northern District of, District of, Publishers, U.S . Justice Department, Facebook, Federal Trade Commission, Thomson Locations: Mountain View , California, U.S, Texas, California, Eastern District, Eastern District of Texas, Northern District, Northern District of California, District, District of Texas
Winters: I coined the term "Black fatigue" in part in answer to Robin DiAngelo’s [2018] book “White Fragility.” White fragility is a major source of Black fatigue. I define “Black fatigue” as “repeated variations of stress that results in extreme exhaustion and causes mental, physical and spiritual maladies that are passed down from generation to generation.”As a Black, cisgender, heterosexual Baby Boomer, I have lived Black fatigue. Black fatigue has provided that connection and recommendations for how to manage the fatigue. I speak from my life and do not represent all who identify as Black women. Black women have amassed a treasure trove of wisdom from living with our identities but too often our voices are silenced, ignored or denied.
Persons: Jumaane, Williams, , George Floyd, Derek Chauvin, Mary, Frances Winters, Winters, Berrett, Koehler, Robin DiAngelo’s, Baby Boomer, let’s, Berrett Koehler Organizations: New York, Public, Minneapolis Police, The, Inc, Koehler Publishers, NBC News, NBC, Facebook, Twitter Locations: candor
Google ties up with 30 publishers to start news platform in COVID-ravaged India
  + stars: | 2021-05-18 | by ( ) www.reuters.com sentiment -0.99   time to read: +2 min
A sign is pictured outside a Google office near the company's headquarters in Mountain View, California, U.S., May 8, 2019. REUTERS/Paresh DaveAlphabet Inc's (GOOGL.O) Google on Tuesday launched its Showcase news platform in India with 30 domestic news publishers, at a time when the country is trying to weed out misinformation surrounding a ferocious second COVID-19 wave. Google will pay the partnering publishers for their online content and allow them to curate it, while allowing users limited access to paywalled stories. Last month, it asked Twitter (TWTR.N) to take down dozens of tweets that were critical of its handling of the virus outbreak. Google, led by Sundar Pichai, has promised $18 million in new funding for India, including advertising support for public health campaigns.
Persons: Paresh Dave, Sundar Pichai Organizations: REUTERS, Google, Facebook, Twitter, Discover, Thomson Locations: Mountain View , California, U.S, India, Germany, Brazil, United Kingdom, Indian
Of that, $147 billion — over 80% — came from Google's ads business, according to the company's 2020 annual report. Here are the major pieces of Google's advertising business and how they make money. In 2020, the company generated $104 billion in "search and other" revenues, making up 71% of Google's ad revenue and 57% of Alphabet's total revenue. The unit brought in $6.01 billion in ad revenue during the first quarter — up from $4 billion from a year earlier, for a growth rate of 49%. The platform supports multiple ad exchanges and networks, including Google's AdSense, Google's Ad Exchange (which lets publishers open up their ad inventory to a bigger pool of demand), and other third-party networks and exchanges.
Persons: ROBYN BECK, Megan Graham, Joe Balestrino, Alhough eMarketer, Nicole Perrin, it's, there's, Megan Graham Google, Morgan Stanley, Brian Nowak, Myles Younger, " Perrin, AdSense, Google's AdSense Organizations: AFP, Apple, Microsoft, Google, Facebook, Amazon, Analysts, CNBC, Megan Graham YouTube YouTube, YouTube, Google Network, Wall Street, MightyHive . Credit Suisse, Publishers, Ad, DoubleClick Locations: Las Vegas , Nevada, Wedbush, AdSense, MightyHive ., North America
News Corp Revenue Rises on Real Estate and Publishing Growth
  + stars: | 2021-05-06 | by ( Lukas I. Alpert | ) www.wsj.com sentiment -0.67   time to read: +1 min
News Corp reported 3% revenue growth for the quarter that ended in March, driven by positive foreign-exchange fluctuations plus solid growth at the company’s digital real estate, book publishing and Dow Jones units. News Corp’s total revenue rose to $2.34 billion in the quarter, up from $2.27 billion a year earlier. Growth was partially offset by weakness in print advertising and the loss of contributions from the coupon-publishing unit the company sold last year. The company posted a 23% increase in earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization, reflecting improved profitability at several units. “The results vindicate the strategy of simplifying the asset mix, vigorously pursuing digitization, slimming the cost base, and investing in three growth areas—digital real-estate services, Dow Jones and book publishing,” News Corp Chief Executive Robert Thomson said on a call with analysts.
Persons: Dow, Dow Jones, Robert Thomson Organizations: News Corp, Dow Jones, Street Journal, HarperCollins Publishers, ” News Corp Locations: New York
Most analysts are bullish and think the sales momentum can be sustained; some are a bit more skeptical. The gaming frenzy drove worldwide console sales to a record $56 billion in 2020. * However, New York-based Take-Two is expected to report a 9.0% decrease in revenue to $664 million from $729.42 million last year, according to Refinitiv data. WALL STREET SENTIMENT* The average rating of 34 analysts on Electronic Arts is "buy" and median PT is $162, according to Refinitiv data. * Current rating of 29 analysts on Take-Two is "buy" and median PT is $223, according to Refinitiv data.
Persons: John Patrick Lee, Kim Kardashian, Jefferies Organizations: NBA, Electronic Arts Inc, Activision Blizzard Inc, Software Inc, Activision, EA, Codemasters, Activision Blizzard, Electronic, Thomson Locations: COVID, Redwood City , California, Santa Monica , California, New York
Goldman Sachs Will Ask Most Workers to Return in June: Live Updates
  + stars: | 2021-05-04 | by ( Kate Kelly | ) www.nytimes.com + 0.00   time to read: +11 min
Live Goldman Sachs Will Ask Most Workers to Return in June: Live Updates RIGHT NOW Twitter to acquire Scroll, a subscription ad-blocking service. JPMorgan Chase, the nation’s biggest bank, plans to open all its U.S. offices on May 17 for employees who wish to return voluntarily. Bank of America has not yet announced to employees when a fuller return to the office is expected. Twitter plans to integrate the service into its platform, and use its technology to build other subscription services. In January, Twitter acquired Revue, a newsletter provider, and said it would take a 5 percent cut of subscription revenue.
Persons: Goldman Sachs, Johannes Eisele, Goldman, , , JPMorgan Chase, Laura Morton, Mike Park, Twitter, ” Tony Haile, , Tim Sweeney, Jim Wilson, ” Erin Griffith, Sweeney, Katherine Forrest, Cravath, Moore, Forrest, ” Ms, Karen Dunn, Paul, Weiss, Dunn, Dax, Britain’s Whitbread, Brent, Jerome H, Powell, Reinhard Ploss, Amin H, Nasser, Dado Ruvic, Rebecca Robbins, Peter S, Goodman Organizations: Workers, Twitter, Credit, Agence France, Getty, Dallas, JPMorgan, Bank of America, San Francisco . Credit, The New York Times, USA, Vox, Atlantic . Publishers, , Epic, New York Times, Epic Games, Apple, European Union, Saudi Aramco, West Texas Intermediate, Federal Reserve, Infineon, Saudi, ” Pfizer, Reuters, Tuesday, Pfizer, World Health Organization Locations: New York, United States, United Kingdom, York, San Francisco, London, San Francisco ., Oakland, Europe, Britain, Germany, Saudi, Saudi Aramco, Aramco, Saudi Arabian, Covid
Twitter to acquire Scroll, a subscription ad-blocking service.
  + stars: | 2021-05-04 | by ( Kate Conger | ) www.nytimes.com sentiment -0.99   time to read: +1 min
Twitter plans to acquire the subscription service Scroll, the social media company announced on Tuesday, as it expands its plans for subscription offerings. Publishers can earn up to 50 percent more from the service than they do from advertising, Scroll contends. Twitter plans to integrate the service into its platform, and use its technology to build other subscription services. “People come to Twitter every day to discover and read about what’s happening,” Mike Park, Twitter’s vice president for product, said in a blog post announcing the deal. “If Twitter is where so much of this conversation lives, it should be easier and simpler to read the content that drives it.”In recent months, Twitter has begun to add paid subscriptions, and announced plans to introduce other subscriber features in the future.
Persons: Mike Park Organizations: USA, Vox, Atlantic . Publishers, Twitter,
Live Yellen Says Interest Rates May Need to Rise as Biden Spends: Live Business Updates RIGHT NOW Janet Yellen says interest rates might need to rise to keep economy from overheating. S&P 500 - % Dow - % Nasdaq - %Janet Yellen says interest rates might need to rise to keep economy from overheating. Stock investors have been wary of higher interest rates, amid concern from some economists that the United States is in for a period of higher inflation. Fortnite, Tim Sweeney said, “is a phenomenon that transcends gaming,” Erin Griffith reports for The New York Times. Eleven Madison Park’s multicourse menu will keep its prepandemic price of $335, including tip, Brett Anderson and Jenny Gross report for The New York Times.
Persons: Biden, Janet Yellen, Doug Mills, Janet L, Yellen, Jerome H, Powell, John C, Williams, Ms, , ” Ms, Ella Koeze, Yellen’s, Brent, , Reinhard Ploss, Amin H, Nasser, Laura Morton, Mike Park, Twitter, ” Tony Haile, Pandora, Ints Kalnins, Alexander Lacik, De Beers, , Tim Sweeney, Jim Wilson, ” Erin Griffith, Sweeney, Katherine Forrest, Cravath, Moore, Forrest, Karen Dunn, Paul, Weiss, Dunn, Dado Ruvic, Rebecca Robbins, Peter S, Goodman, Daniel Humm, Lucas Jackson, Brett Anderson, Jenny Gross, Mr, Humm, Madison, Brook Organizations: Dow, New York Times, The, Treasury, Federal Reserve, Federal Reserve Bank of New, Apple, Facebook, Nasdaq, Norwegian Cruises Line, Marriott International, Las Vegas, West Texas, Infineon, Saudi Aramco, Twitter, The New York Times, USA, Vox, Atlantic . Publishers, , Credit, Reuters, Bain & Company, Pandora, Epic, Epic Games, Pfizer, Tuesday, World Health Organization, Madison, Madison Park’s, Michelin Locations: United States, American, Federal Reserve Bank of New York, Las Vegas Sands, Europe, Britain, Germany, Saudi, Saudi Aramco, Copenhagen, Oakland, Covid, Madison, Daniel Humm ., Manhattan, Claridge’s
Live Tech Stocks Pull Markets Off Near-Record Highs: Live Business Updates RIGHT NOW Judge presses Epic on the impact of its antitrust suit against Apple. Apple’s lawyers argued that Epic had attacked App Store fees to shore up a slowing business. Epic is not asking for a payout if it wins the trial; it is seeking relief in the form of changes to App Store rules. Twitter plans to integrate the service into its platform, and use its technology to build other subscription services. Twitter plans to supplement its advertising revenue with revenue from subscriptions, and has raced to add content like newsletters and audio chats that it thinks audiences will pay for.
Persons: Ella Koeze, Janet L, Yellen, Biden, Yellen’s, Ms, Brent, , Reinhard Ploss, Amin H, Nasser, , ” Kevin Granville, Tim Sweeney, Ethan Swope, Daniel Vogel, Vogel, Apple, Yvonne Gonzales Rogers, Epic’s, Mr, Sweeney, Katherine Forrest, Moore, Benjamin Simon, Yoga, Simon, ’ ”, Dave Bautista, Hiroyuki Sanada, Clay Enos, Zack Snyder, “ Zack Snyder, ” Justin McDaniel, Cinemark’s, Spencer Klein, Janie, Jack, Chang W, Lee, Intermix, Sally Gilligan, Republicans ’, Eric Gay, , Nick Corasaniti, Ints Kalnins, Alexander Lacik, De Beers, Laura Morton, Mike Park, Twitter, ” Tony Haile, Dado Ruvic, Rebecca Robbins, Peter S, Goodman Organizations: Apple, Dow, Microsoft, Nasdaq, West Texas, Infineon, Saudi Aramco, Epic, Getty, Google, California’s, Netflix, ‘ Army, “ Army, Landmark Theatres, Cinemark, “ Guardians, Hollywood, Credit, New York, Gap Inc, Old Navy, Altamont Capital Partners, Go Global, Navy, ” Companies, HP, Unilever, Protesters, State Capitol, Republicans, Hewlett, Packard, Fair Elections, Republican, Greater Houston Partnership, Corporations, Democratic, Reuters, Bain & Company, Pandora, Twitter, The New York Times, USA, Vox, Atlantic . Publishers, , Pfizer, Tuesday, World Health Organization Locations: Europe, Britain, Germany, Saudi, Saudi Aramco, Oakland, Calif, Cravath, Las Vegas, Intermix, Republic, San Francisco, Banana Republic, Texas, Austin , Texas, Salesforce, Patagonia, Sodexo, Fair Elections Texas, America, Copenhagen, Covid
Live Paycheck Protection Program Closes to Most Applicants: Live Business Updates RIGHT NOW The Paycheck Protection Program is out of money and closed to most new applications. S&P 500 - % Dow - % Nasdaq - %The Paycheck Protection Program is out of money and closed to most new applications. Since its creation last year, the Paycheck Protection Program has disbursed $780 billion in forgivable loans to fund 10.7 million applications, according to the latest government data. Twitter plans to integrate the service into its platform, and use its technology to build other subscription services. Twitter plans to supplement its advertising revenue with revenue from subscriptions, and has raced to add content like newsletters and audio chats that it thinks audiences will pay for.
Persons: , Tim Sweeney, Ethan Swope, Daniel Vogel, Vogel, , Apple, Yvonne Gonzales Rogers, Epic’s, Mr, Sweeney, , Katherine Forrest, Moore, Benjamin Simon, Yoga, Simon, ’ ”, Ella Koeze, Janet L, Yellen, Biden, Yellen’s, Ms, Brent, Reinhard Ploss, Amin H, Nasser, ” Kevin Granville, Dave Bautista, Hiroyuki Sanada, Clay Enos, Zack Snyder, “ Zack Snyder, ” Justin McDaniel, Cinemark’s, Spencer Klein, Janie, Jack, Chang W, Lee, Intermix, Sally Gilligan, Republicans ’, Eric Gay, , Nick Corasaniti, Ints Kalnins, Alexander Lacik, De Beers, Laura Morton, Mike Park, Twitter, ” Tony Haile, Dado Ruvic, Rebecca Robbins, Peter S, Goodman Organizations: Dow, Small Business Administration, National Association of Government, Congress, Lawmakers, Small, Apple, Epic, Getty, Google, California’s, Microsoft, Nasdaq, West Texas, Infineon, Saudi Aramco, Netflix, ‘ Army, “ Army, Landmark Theatres, Cinemark, “ Guardians, Hollywood, Credit, New York, Gap Inc, Old Navy, Altamont Capital Partners, Go Global, Navy, Companies, HP, Unilever, Protesters, State Capitol, Republicans, Hewlett, Packard, Fair Elections, Republican, Greater Houston Partnership, Corporations, Democratic, Reuters, Bain & Company, Pandora, Twitter, The New York Times, USA, Vox, Atlantic . Publishers, , Pfizer, Tuesday, World Health Organization Locations: Oakland, Calif, Cravath, Europe, Britain, Germany, Saudi, Saudi Aramco, Las Vegas, Intermix, Republic, San Francisco, Banana Republic, Texas, Austin , Texas, Salesforce, Patagonia, Sodexo, Fair Elections Texas, America, Copenhagen, Covid
Opinion | What We Lose When Only Men Write About Men
  + stars: | 2021-04-30 | by ( Ruth Franklin | ) www.nytimes.com + 0.00   time to read: +3 min
There has been no investigation as yet into the allegations against Mr. Bailey. But if they prove to be true, they give readers reason to doubt Mr. Bailey’s ability to objectively evaluate materials relating to the women in Mr. Roth’s life. As critics pointed out even before the allegations surfaced, the biography’s accounts of some of Mr. Roth’s relationships contain biases and sexist characterizations that appear to parrot Mr. Roth’s opinions, including an uncomplimentary description of one woman’s genitalia. (Nearly five years ago, Mr. Bailey wrote a review of my own biography of Shirley Jackson that was perceived by many, including myself, as sexist.) A Black biographer or, for that matter, a Jewish one could have more to say about race in Mr. Roth’s fiction.
Persons: Bailey, Mark Oppenheimer, Shirley Jackson, Roth, aren’t stenographers Organizations: The New York Times Magazine, Princeton University, Publishers Locations: manila
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