News staff wins awards for excellence
INDIANAPOLIS -- The Goshen News was honored six times Saturday during the Hoosier State Press Association's annual Better Newspaper Contest awards luncheon. The News garnered three first-place awards competing in Division 4, which is daily newspapers
News Flash: As Ford Said in 2012, Alan Mulally Is Staying
DETROIT (TheStreet) -- News flash: Alan Mulally will stay at Ford through 2014. This "news," by the way, is apparently causing Microsoft shares to fall. Shortly after noon, shares were trading down $1.54 to $37.41.The amazing thing, to me, is that Ford and Mulally have been saying consistently for more than a year that Mulally would stay at Ford through 2014. Our September story was among many ...
News media protest White House press access limits
WASHINGTON (AP) — Dozens of leading news organizations are protesting to the White House against restrictions that sometimes keep journalists from taking pictures and video of President Barack Obama performing official duties. At the same time, two press groups urged their members to stop using official photos and video handed out by the White House, dismissing them as little more than ...
News Corp Appoints Jim Kennedy as Chief Communications Officer
News Corp announced today the appointment of Jim Kennedy as Chief Communications Officer, responsible for the company’s global corpora
CBS News puts '60 Minutes' reporter Lara Logan on leave
CBS News has asked "60 Minutes" reporter Lara Logan to take a leave of absence following a flawed report on the Sept. 11, 2012, attack on the U.S. diplomatic mission in Benghazi, Libya, according to a memo from the chairman of CBS News, Jeff Fager. Logan's producer, Max McClellan, was also put on leave, according to the memo, which was addressed to CBS News employees. Fager is also executive ...
News Summary: Stocks jump on strong jobs report
GOOD NEWS ON JOBS: Stocks rose sharply, breaking a five-day slump, after the government reported a fourth straight month of solid jobs growth in November, boosting investor confidence in the economy. INDUSTRIAL ...
News Sentinel steps up local K-12 coverage
The News Sentinel recently asked the community what it wants in regards to local K-12 coverage.
News Corp. names chief communications officer
News Corp. has named Jim Kennedy, who was President Bill Clinton's deputy press secretary, as its chief communications officer. The company said Wednesday that Kennedy will be responsible for its global ...
News trucks gather in front of the law office of Cohen and Wolf awaiting the public release of 911 calls from Sandy Hook Elementary the morning of the shooting in Danbury, Conn. on Wednesday, Dec. 4, 2013. The tapes show town responders calmly assuring the callers that help is on its way.
As funds get massively short, gold could spike
Hedge funds and money managers are now less bullish on gold than they've been since June 2007, data from the Commodity Futures Trading Commission show. And that could actually be good news for the beaten-down metal. "This could set us up for a bit of a run to the upside if we have the catalyst
News-Sun announces sale of building
The Springfield News-Sun and parent company Cox Media Group Ohio announced Friday an agreement to sell its landmark downtown building, where the newspaper has operated since the building opened in 1929. Rob Rohr, Cox Media Group Ohio senior vice president and general manager, announced the sale of the building to Springfield Spartans LLC., a local development firm. Terms of the agreement and ...
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