The Daily Telegraph has sacked its editor, Tony Gallagher, and declared it will “reinvent the way we work” and move beyond news publishing.
Hilary Mantel, twice winner of the Man Booker Prize, who made her name dissecting the 16th-century court intrigues of King Henry VIII’s adviser Thomas Cromwell, is turning her attention to a more modern politician – Lady Thatcher.
Almost a fifth of the women surveyed so far say that their careers have stalled because managers failed to promote them or offer training opportunities
Attorneys for Cruise and Bauer Publishing Company made the mutual decision to drop the case
To his cost, ex-Glencore trader Andrew Kearns has found being hungover a sackable offence, but the liquid lunch shaped many a day in days gone by, says a wistful John Walsh
Writer and philosopher whose work, beginning with ‘The Outsider’, searched for the meaning of man’s existence
André Schiffrin was a literary editor who gave readers Art Spiegelman, Michel Foucault and Studs Terkel before he was forced out of commercial publishing in a defining battle between profits and literature. Schiffrin, who died of pancreatic cancer, sought out authors until his final days, dividing his time between New York and Paris as founding editor and editor at large of the non-profit New Press.
Changes should be good news for news outlets, driving more interested traffic to their sites
The 24-year-old has over 160,000 followers on Twitter
Bernadine Bishop could be the first writer to win the Costa Book of the Year posthumously
Bernadine Bishop leads posthumously with 'Unexpected Lessons in Love'
Matthew Bell and Jonathan Owen turn the pages
Investigation reveals 300 online journals have agreed to publish the flawed research
A modern secular prophet, his parables have inspired a swathe of lesser holy me
Gamers queued up overnight for the new FIFA 14 game but football games have not always proved so popular, as one retro title proved
The writer says that while sex is taboo, gory violence is absolutely fine