You cannot have your news instantly and have it done well. You cannot have your news reduced to 140 characters or less without losing large parts of it. You cannot manipulate the news but not expect it to be manipulated against you. You cannot have your news for free; you can only obscure the costs....
When other people are grieving, the newspaperman turns efficient.
If people in the media cannot decide whether they are in the business of reporting news or manufacturing propaganda, it is all the more important that the public understand that difference, and choose their news sources accordingly.
But even so, none of the news of these world-spasms entered me as terror.
Ford Motor warned Friday and that type of news is pressuring stocks,
When PC sales are showing weakness, it ripples across technology. You have to view it as very worrisome news when companies like Dell are unable to deliver on revenues. It really is a market that has transitioned to where revenue growth is more important than earnings.
Today’s movement is a reaction to news about geopolitical risks.
…at Newsweek only girls with college degrees–and we were called “girls” then–were hired to sort and deliver the mail, humbly pushing our carts from door to door in our ladylike frocks and proper high-heeled shoes. If we could manage that, we graduated to “clippers,” another female ghetto. Dressed in drab khaki smocks so that ink...
I am sure that you have seen in the news reports that it is a very fluid situation,
I have fits of melancholia when I watch the news, but we all do, don’t we?
I heard the same news after I was elected [in June] and quite frankly I laughed at it,
Jamie was indefatigable in his mission to get the news out to people fast and accurately,
I think journalism anywhere should be based on social justice and impartiality, making contributions to society as well as taking responsibility in society. Whether you are capitalist or socialist or Marxist, journalists should have the same professional integrity. –Tan Hongkai
I think that of all the principles for journalism, the most important is to complicate simple things and simplify complicated things. At first sight, you may think something is simple, but it may conceal a great deal. However, facing a very complex thing, you should find out its essence. -Jin Yongquan
Our stable and eternal verities are being challenged. There’s a kind of postmodern breakdown in journalism. The breadth of information sources and the speed of transmission are growing; but the traditional gravity of news has eroded. -Jin Yongquan
I spent my time drinking and staring at a television in the airport bar. More death and destruction. Crime. Pollution. All the news stories were telling me to be frightened. All the commercials were telling me to buy things I didn´t need. The message was that people could only be passive victims or consumers.
While today’s news is very positive, I think the market is likely to remain caught between very good economic data and the worry that things aren’t going to get any better from here. I would expect us to continue being pulled back and forth in this trading range we’ve been in for most of 2004.
I think commenting on that would break the basic tenets of the news blackout,
The decline in job cuts is certainly welcome news, but it is difficult to get too excited about a year in which more than 1.2 million people fell victim to downsizing, … That is more than double the 553,044 job cuts averaged annually during the six-year period before the recession.