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March 25, 2013
09:16 EDTNYTNew York Times engaged in alteration of campus sex assault story, SAVE says
The New York Times has repeatedly published biased and inaccurate articles regarding allegations of sexual assault on campus, according to Stop Abusive and Violent Environments, or SAVE. This past week the NYT secretly altered an inaccurate statement by one of its reporters. SAVE is calling for acknowledgement of the change and a public commitment to balanced coverage in future articles on the issue. The NYT published an article on March 19 by reporter Richard Perez-Pena titled, "College Groups Connect to Fight Sexual Assault". Regarding the Department of Education's controversial sexual assault policy, the article claimed the federal mandate "did not markedly change interpretation of the law." But the 2011 sex mandate did substantially alter the prior DED stance, many say. The new policy lowered the standard of proof to the weakest preponderance-of-evidence standard, discouraged cross-examinations by the accused, subjected the accused to "double-jeopardy" appeals, and generally removed the presumption of innocence. These changes have been discussed and documented in over 100 editorials and legal analyses.
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October 30, 2014
08:41 EDTNYTNew York Times sees sees Q4 circulation revenues to increase similar to Q3
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08:37 EDTNYTNew York Times reports Q3 circulation revenues increased 1.3%
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08:36 EDTNYTNew York Times reports Q3 adjusted EPS from cont. ops. (3c), consensus 0c
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October 28, 2014
09:05 EDTNYTNYT reports total average circulation up 12.4% for first six months of year
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October 27, 2014
08:15 EDTNYTNew York Times, Axel Springer invest EUR 3M in digitial content start-up Blendle
Blendle, which operates a digital kiosk selling individual articles from newspapers and magazines to internet users, announced that it has received EUR 3M in a Series A financing round from Axel Springer Digital Ventures and The New York Times Company (NYT) to help the company accelerate its international growth plans. Reference Link
October 22, 2014
11:32 EDTNYT300 NY Times employees request to review severance packages, NY Post says
More than 300 New York Times employees have requested to review their potential severance packages after the company tried to entice 100 newsroom staffers to accept buyouts, reports NY Post. Grant Glickson, the unit representative of the Newspaper Guild said, ďA lot of people were just securing their rights and checking it out." Reference Link

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