Deputy Dining Editor, New York Times
politicalwire.com — Taegan D. Goddard is the founder of Political Wire, one of the earliest and most influential political web sites. Goddard spent more than a decade as managing director and chief operating officer of a prominent investment firm in New York City. Previously, he was a policy adviser to a U.S.
jimromenesko.com — On Friday afternoon, AOL president Tim Armstrong announced that Patch was restructuring and laying off some employees. (Bloomberg reports 40 people were let go.) CEO Jon Brod is returning to AOL Ventures and COO Steve Kalin is moving up to chief executive, Armstrong said.
bloomberg.com — Google Inc. cut its taxes by $3.1 billion in the last three years using a technique that moves most of its foreign profits through Ireland and the Netherlands to Bermuda. Google's income shifting -- involving strategies known to lawyers as the "Double Irish" and the "Dutch Sandwich" -- helped reduce its overseas tax rate to 2.4 percent, the lowest of the top five U.S.
nytimes.com — The words "I'm sorry" do not trip lightly off the lips of New York's financial set. A number of these worthies have visited cascading headaches on much of the country for the better part of a decade. Yet as scandal tumbles upon scandal, they offer so many variations on self-pity.
newyorker.com — PBS has long been a political target of conservatives, who have accused it of having a liberal bias. When the billionaire industrialist David Koch joined the boards of WGBH and WNET, it seemed to mark an ideological inroad, enabling him to exert influence over a network with a prominent news operation.
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