Press Criticism

Press Criticism | Craig Gurian | Corporate influence, Labor, Pensions, Role of government
Mar. 21, 2012 — “Let us all give thanks to BlackRock, the giant Manhattan-based investment, asset, and risk management firm.” The pitch would have sounded strained if it had come from BlackRock’s...view
Press Criticism | Craig Gurian | Politics
Jan. 25, 2012 — Well, maybe it’s not the worst question in history, but it’s really bad. I’m talking about Question 60 in the Jan. 12–17 New York Times / CBS News poll, which asks the following:...view
Press Criticism | Craig Gurian | Politics
Oct. 7, 2011 — There’s a new bureau chief (David Leonhardt) at the Washington Bureau of The New York Times, so we are hoping that the problems we identified in the spring and summer won’t...view
Press Criticism | Craig Gurian | Employment, Labor
Sept. 14, 2011 — It was disorienting to read yesterday’s article on the temporary two-tier wage structure in the auto industry that appears on its way to no longer being temporary. I thought I...view
Press Criticism | Craig Gurian | Politics
Sept. 7, 2011 — National political reporters for the New York Times are still having difficulty writing news stories that avoid the lure of conveying the political center (or bipartisanship, or...view
Press Criticism | Craig Gurian | Politics
June 29, 2011 — National political reporters for the New York Times may not drink as much Kool-Aid as outgoing executive editor Bill Keller (whose piece on the noble efforts of the “Gang of Six” —...view
Press Criticism | Greg Marx | Health care
April 13, 2011 — Sometimes, you come across a story and have to wonder: “Exactly who was this written for?” An article in yesterday’s New York Times, “Republican Medicare Plan Could Shape 2012 Races...view
Press Criticism | Craig Gurian | State government, Taxes
April 6, 2011 — With an attention grabbing headline warning about “the price of taxing the rich,” a subhead explaining that “the top 1% of earners fill the coffers of states like California and New...view
Press Criticism | Greg Marx | Economy
February 26, 2011 — The American economy is kind of a loser: a forlorn, sad-sack figure buffeted by the tides, visited by one indignity after another, with little means to fight back or improve its...view
Press Criticism | Craig Gurian |
February 16, 2011 — Like so many others, I followed with great interest and concern the shifting fortunes of those seeking to overthrow the long-time Egyptian regime. Ten days ago, I was startled to...view