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"Over the past few days, HBG leadership had extensive conversations with our staff and others. After listening, we came to the conclusion that moving forward with publication would not be feasible for HBG."
“We stand in solidarity with Ronan Farrow, Dylan Farrow and survivors of sexual assault,” the employees said in a statement.
Interviews with writers, editors, sound engineers, illustrators and videographers tell a different story about the man credited with 'shaping the Brooklyn we know today.'
Stephanie Smith, the Post reporter who tugged at America's gag reflex with her blog "300 Sandwiches," has landed a book deal, just like we always knew she would.
The Daily, News Corp's iPad-only news publication whose mission was to inform the world about America's oldest dog, is no more.
The owners of Village Voice media are selling off their portoflio of alt-weeklies to focus on their alleged sex-trafficking business Backpage.com
When you are a second generation governor with excellent approval ratings and awhile to go before a viable space opens up in the White House, what to do? Why, write a book!
Marriage counselors on the Upper East Side may have to start recommending "Fifty Shades of Grey" to clients.
Barney Rosset, the passionate publisher of Grove Press and an ardent defender of free speech, died Tuesday after a double-heart-valve replacement.
Hers is a tale no one would want to call their own, but it seems the four years Amanda Knox spent imprisoned in Italy will pay off with a 4 million dollar book deal.
Put down your laptop and pick up one of these killer mini-magazines instead.
Why make customers pay once for one issue, when you could sneakily charge them TWO TIMES for one issue?
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