At one time, a whole generation of New York Times reporters wished they could write like McCandlish Phillips. Then he left them all for God.
How a high-powered lawyer and a rough-edged private detective ended up at the center of the biggest, dirtiest scandal in Hollywood history.
A profile of Jill Abramson, executive editor of The New York Times.
A profile of Rupert Murdoch from 1995, as he fought monopoly charges in the U.S. and U.K. and prepared to expand his empire into China.
Murdoch is a pirate; he will cunningly circumvent rules, and sometimes principles, to get his way, as his recent adventures in China demonstrate.
On Facebook’s Sheryl Sandberg and the gender dynamics of Silicon Valley.
Google’s founders and CEO as they moved from the search business into… everything.
Saad Mohseni, Afghanistan’s first media mogul and a business partner of Rupert Murdoch, produces everything from nightly news broadcasts to the controversial Afghan version of American Idol.