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Scarlett Johansson may sue over the bogus interview in Cosmopolitan

Scarlett sees red over fake interview

Arifa Akbar: A magazine's candid audience with the actress seemed too good to be true. And it was ...

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Troubled times: the 'Chicago Tribune' on a newspaper stand

The writing's on the wall for the old-style American newspaper

Monday, 15 December 2008

The Chicago Tribune Company is bankrupt – and The New York Times is deep in debt. Can there be any future for printed news in the US? Stephen Foley reports from New York

Stephen Foley: Is it a daily? Is it a weekly? No, it's a thricely

Monday, 15 December 2008

Much soul-searching in the US newspaper industry, as I report today. Also some iconoclastic thinking.


Telegraph axe will not silence the many voices of Craig Brown

Sunday, 14 December 2008

The parodist is not short of publications keen to carry his columns, says Matthew Bell

The Feral Beast: Future job prospects

Sunday, 14 December 2008

Weepy scenes at 'Prospect' on Thursday, when deputy editor Jonathan Ford unexpectedly stepped down. A Bullingdon contemporary of Cameron and Boris, Ford has departed to work for Reuters. "It's very sad for us," says a spokesman, "Reuters made him an offer he couldn't refuse. We have no idea who is going to replace him – the job is advertised."

Actor Hartnett wins payout over sex claims

Thursday, 11 December 2008

Hollywood actor Josh Hartnett accepted £20,000 libel damages today over newspaper allegations that he indulged in "steamy shenanigans" with a mystery woman at a London hotel and that they were caught on CCTV.

'Oliver' actor wins libel damages

Tuesday, 9 December 2008

Cheltenham former child actor Mark Lester - famous for his title role in the 1968 film Oliver - has accepted substantial libel damages over allegations that he assaulted his ex-wife and allowed his three-year-old son to sleep in the same bedroom as Michael Jackson.

Madonna's wedding to Guy Ritchie in Skibo Castle was a strictly private ceremony and no pictures had been published until this year

Madonna sues over wedding pictures

Tuesday, 9 December 2008

Singer seeks £5m over 'stolen' images published by 'Mail on Sunday'

Tribune's $13bn debt sends it spiralling into bankruptcy

Tuesday, 9 December 2008

Owner of 'Chicago Tribune' and 'LA Times' may auction off media assets

Madonna and Guy Ritchie on 1 September, 2008, for the world premiere of his latest film 'Rocknrolla' in London's Leicester Square

Madonna claims £5m over wedding photos

Monday, 8 December 2008

Madonna is claiming more than £5 million damages over publication of private photographs of her wedding.

For the record 08/12/2008

Monday, 8 December 2008

"The silly songs, the spectacle, the grandiose foolishness of it all. Let's hope that... Royaume Uni will gather its proper share of 'douze points' and bring the grand prix home," Sir Terry Wogan gets misty-eyed after quitting Eurovision

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