The concert Saturday evening by the St. Louis Symphony orchestra at
Powell Symphony Hall was billed as a performance of Brahms Requiem that
protesters converted to a “Requiem for Mike Brown.”
Rather than take to the streets of Ferguson, these demonstrators took their demands to the seats of the symphony.
Microsoft has released some new diversity statistics: the percentage of women in its global workforce
jumped to 29 percent.
The NY Times plans to cut nearly 100 newsroom jobs, according to a
memo sent to staff on Wednesday, the newspaper reported.
Music mogul Sean "P. Diddy" Combs, founder of REVOLT TV, has signed on
to a huge deal with Verizon FIOS in the hopes of increasing the
network's profits and viewership.
The Boston Herald stepped over the line with a cartoon depicting the recent WH invader in the bathtub while Obama is brushing his teeth.
The National Civil Rights Museum has announced that Charlayne Hunter-Gault, an American journalist and one of the first African American
students to enroll in the University of Georgia, is one of the recipients of its 2014 Freedom Award.
News Corp. has been working to diversify beyond its core business of
print newspapers, such as the Wall Street Journal and NY Post.