December 2003: Journalist.
Role Name Type Last Updated Employee/Freelancer/Contractor (past or present) New York Times Source Nov 30, 2012
Articles and Resources
Date Fairness.com Resource Read it at: Nov 30, 2012 Aid Changes Raise Issue of Diversity at Colleges
QUOTE: a number of prestigious smaller colleges are straining to meet students’ financial needs. To bridge the gap, some colleges have begun revising their financial aid formulas, raising concerns about how campus diversity — both economic and racial — might be affected.
New York Times Sep 04, 2009 GQ’s Provocative Article on Russia Will Be Hard to Find in Russia
QUOTE: Condé Nast, publisher of GQ, decided not to send copies of the magazine to Russia, to post the article [that criticizes the Russian government] on GQ’s Web site or to include a translated version of it in any of the four magazines it owns in Russia...
New York Times Jul 12, 2009 Between Journalists and Ill-Gotten Information, a Shield of Distance
QUOTE: The scandal’s breadth is new, but many of the particulars are not. Some corners of the press have a long history of using material that may have been obtained illegally, much of it received from private investigators, including intercepted phone calls, personal financial records, even medical files....On both sides of the Atlantic, though, the law generally allows news organizations to use material provided to them by someone who may have collected it illegally.
New York Times Jul 11, 2009 Washington Post Criticized for ‘Ethical Lapse’
QUOTE: The column also says ethical questions were raised six weeks before they became public. The Post intended to sell sponsorships to lobbyists, corporations and industry associations for dinners at Ms. Weymouth’s home, attended by Mr. Brauchli and journalists covering the evening’s topic, along with government officials.
New York Times Jul 08, 2009 Newspaper Payout Plan in Closings Clears Court
QUOTE: A judge this week approved a plan in which Journal Register Company, the newspaper chain that owns The New Haven Register, would emerge from bankruptcy with its shareholders wiped out and its creditors promised only about a third of what they were owed — but with enough money left over to award bonuses to its top executives for closing plants and laying off workers.
New York Times Jul 02, 2009 Pay-for-Chat Plan Falls Flat at Washington Post
QUOTE: The [Washington] Post decided Thursday to cancel plans to charge lobbyists and trade groups $25,000 or more to sponsor private, off-the-record dinner parties at the home of its publisher...
New York Times Jun 28, 2009 Keeping News of Kidnapping Off Wikipedia
QUOTE: A dozen times, user-editors posted word of the kidnapping on Wikipedia’s page on Mr. Rohde, only to have it erased. Several times the page was frozen, preventing further editing — a convoluted game of cat-and-mouse that clearly angered the people who were trying to spread the information of the kidnapping.
New York Times Jun 08, 2009 Boston Globe Union Rejects Deal on Pay Cuts
QUOTE: members of the Newspaper Guild at The Boston Globe narrowly rejected a proposed package of wage and compensation cuts. Many of the employees have complained that the package could have been structured more palatably and that management was not sharing equally in the pain, which the company disputes.
New York Times Apr 06, 2009 A.P. Seeks to Rein in Sites Using Its Content
QUOTE: News aggregators and search companies have long asserted that collecting snippets of articles — usually headlines and a sentence or two — is allowed under the legal doctrine of “fair use.” News organizations have been reluctant to test that idea in court, and it is still not clear whether The A.P. is willing to test the fair use doctrine.
New York Times Jun 23, 2008 Study Finds Imbalance on 3 Newspapers’ Op-Ed Pages (Media Talk)
QUOTE: In the great marketplace of ideas, the opinion pages of major newspapers offer nonjournalists — mainly academics — a rare chance to reach a big audience and influence public policy. So which college professors win the competition for that limited, coveted space? Overwhelmingly, they agree with the editorial page, and they are men, according to researchers at Rutgers University. Unfortunately, those findings do not suggest the kind of forum for diverse views that newspapers say their opinion pages should be.
New York Times May 05, 2008 How Much for Those Baby Photos?
QUOTE: Not long ago, when a magazine paid a celebrity more than a person might earn in a lifetime in return for a set of pictures, media critics questioned the ethics of both the publication and the star.
New York Times Jul 19, 2007 Dow Jones Director Is Said to Face S.E.C. Inquiry
QUOTE: Federal regulators have told a Dow Jones board member that they intend to file a civil complaint against him, in a suspected case of insider trading in company stock stemming from the takeover bid by the News Corporation...
New York Times Apr 17, 2007 Revolving Door for Addicts Adds to Medicaid Cost
QUOTE: But at its core, experts say, the overuse of costly inpatient programs is connected to the lack of housing for homeless people. People are less likely to admit themselves to hospitals, and more likely to adhere to treatment programs, when they are not living on the streets. For more than a decade, the city and state have invested in such housing, including some that accept residents who are not yet drug-free, but demand for housing still far exceeds supply.
New York Times May 30, 2006 Dispute Between Insurer and Hospital Has Patients Rattled
QUOTE: Oxford told hundreds of doctors and thousands of its subscribers that it would no longer pay for medical care at Jamaica Hospital Medical Center, and gave them a month to make new arrangements. It told some doctors that they, too, would no longer be allowed to participate in the Oxford plans, and it told many patients that they needed to find new doctors.
New York Times Mar 08, 2006 New York Puts Mental Patients in Homes Illegally, Groups Say
QUOTE: ...the nursing homes do little more than medicate the mentally ill residents...the state has also sent large numbers of people from mental hospitals to nursing homes, and it has been accused of doing so as a way to save money.
New York Times Nov 29, 2003 As Obesity Rises, Health Care Indignities Multiply
QUOTE: "Size discrimination is the last bastion of bigotry in this country, and the medical profession isn't any more sensitive than anyone else," said Dr. Butch Rosser.
New York Times Apr 19, 2003 Study Finds Asthma in 25% of Children in Central Harlem
QUOTE: Researchers say the figures, from an effort based at Harlem Hospital Center to test every child in a 24-block area, could indicate that the incidence of asthma is even higher in poor, urban areas than was previously believed.
New York Times Mar 16, 2003 Broad Movement Is Backing Embryo Stem Cell Research
QUOTE: ...a scattershot movement is under way to counteract President Bush's 2001 order sharply limiting federal money for embryonic stem cell research...Mr. Bush and others who oppose such research say it is immoral because human embryos are destroyed when the cells are extracted.
New York Times Feb 10, 2003 Study Finds Many Doctors Performing Surgery Lack Practice
QUOTE: A high proportion of the doctors who do delicate medical procedures...have relatively little experience at them...Some consumer advocates say the situation may endanger patients.
New York Times Aug 20, 2001 Possible Federal Pullout Clouds Northeast States' Pollution Suits
QUOTE: ...withdrawing from air pollution lawsuits against power plants in the Midwest and South, people on both sides of the dispute say the Northeast states that have also sued will be hard-pressed to pursue the cases on their own.
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