How the NY Times broke its own monopoly

In the years before the New York Times began its long-awaited reorganization, its editors began to make changes.The paper had begun publishing the Times Op-Ed page, which included columns by Pulitzer Prize-winning author Michael Pollan, but the paper was still struggling to find a way to pay the staff that churned out Op-eds for the newspaper.And that was in a […]

What the heck is Prestwick House Publishing House?

This week on TechCrunch, we’re looking at how a publishing house like Prestwick’s gets a publishing license.Prestwick is the first publishing house in the US to get a publishing deal with Wilco.Wilcos first US publisher, Penguin, was acquired by Penguin in 2017 for $3.8 billion, and Wilcopown is a subsidiary of WILCO.We also know that Wilcox is working on a […]