Conde Nast CEO Roger Lynch said the company hasn't seen Apple News+ cannibalize its paid readership, a key concern among many publishers whose magazines appear in its digital newsstand.
Hearst management doesn't appear likely to recognize the union voluntarily. It seeks to thwart employees' efforts by urging some workers to withdraw their support.
Handing off its pension plan to the U.S. government may be the best way to save the company from total liquidation, although the company could sell some of its titles to raise money.
FedEx founder-CEO Fred Smith was so angered by a 'New York Times' report about the company's $0 tax bill that he challenged the newspaper's publisher to a public debate.
The combined company will owe $1.8 billion to private-equity firm Apollo Global Management, a tall order for a business with about $4.2 billion in annual revenue.
By bundling its paid services, Apple would sweeten the value proposition for customers and possibly drive greater readership for publishers whose magazines are in Apple News+.
There is more room for technology coverage that appeals to a broader audience. Many people have a limited understanding about technology and its profound effects.
Facebook this week defended top news executive Campbell Brown after she was targeted in a published report that questioned her political biases.
The vote was significant, given Hearst's scale, which includes 24 print and online publications.
The idea behind the Filter Bubble Transparency Act is to liberate internet users from a vicious cycle of seeing more of the same content, based on what they viewed before.