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The New York Times Sues OpenAI, Microsoft Over The Use of Its Stories to Train Chatbots

NEW YORK (AP) — The New York Times has filed a federal lawsuit against OpenAI and Microsoft seeking to end the practice of using its stories to train chatbots, saying that […] read more >

Northwest Arkansas Council Hosts FutureIsNow Session at Crystal Bridges

The session will feature a panel of community activists, city officials and a representative from the 11th Street Bridge Park in Washington D.C., the city’s first elevated public park. read more >
Filmmakers Craig (left) and Brent Renaud

Arkansas Filmmaker Killed in Ukraine Recalled as Fearless, Thoughtful

"At the first sign of something dangerous or unknown, he’s compelled to tell the story," a friend said of Brent Renaud. read more >
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Outlets Hurt by Dwindling Public Interest in News in 2021

Events that drove intense interest and engagement in 2020 led to an inevitable news hangover in 2021. read more >
The recently-renamed Hussman School of Journalism & Media at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill.
Media & Marketing

Hannah-Jones Chooses Howard After N. Carolina Tenure Fight

A Black journalist who won a Pulitzer Prize says she will not join the University of North Carolina following an extended tenure fight that involved Arkansas Democrat-Gazette Publisher Walter Hussman. read more >
The recently-renamed Hussman School of Journalism & Media at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill.
Education / Media & Marketing

A White Donor’s Campaign Against a Black Journalist

Walter Hussman Jr., generally thoughtful and shrewd, is taking a public blistering over emails he thought were private. read more >
Stephanie Flowers
Government & Politics

Stephanie Flowers Censured for Swearing at Colleague

An Arkansas lawmaker was censured for calling a colleague a “dumbass" during debate Tuesday over a nonbinding resolution on history that was overwhelmingly rejected. read more >
Education

Arkansas Panel Rejects Ban on ‘1619 Project’ in Schools

An Arkansas House panel rejects legislation that would have banned schools from teaching a New York Times project on slavery's legacy, one of several attempts in Republican states to limit how race is taught. read more >
Sen. Tom Cotton participates in an economic panel last July.
Government & Politics / Media & Marketing

Tom Cotton’s Dunk on The New York Times

Yes, Tom Cotton owned the liberals at The New York Times. read more >
Sen. Tom Cotton, R-Ark., joins President Donald Trump in the Oval Office Aug. 2 to announce a plan to cut the number of visas given to foreign professionals.

Lauding ‘Force’ Against Protests, Tom Cotton Raises Profile

Freshman Sen. Tom Cotton has risen to the ranks of potential 2024 Republican presidential contenders by making all the right enemies. By lining up behind President Donald Trump’s law-and-order recipe for controlling civic unrest, he’s making even more. read more >
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The Paradox of Thrift (Gwen Moritz Editor’s Note)

Saving money is good for the individual but bad for the overall economy because it reduces aggregate demand. read more >
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Benefit of the Doubt (Gwen Moritz Editor’s Note)

The techniques used to commit journalism are always going to be fascinating to me, but the contrast between the New York Times and NBC was disturbing. read more >
Elizabeth Holmes, then the CEO of Theranos, appears at the 2014 Fortune Most Powerful Women Conference in Laguna Niguel, California.
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Fake It Till You Break It (Gwen Moritz Editor’s Note)

Overestimating one’s own competence is not really the news here. What's new is the consistency with which other people — complete strangers, even — interpret confidence as competence. read more >
Banking & Finance

Just My Luck (Gwen Moritz Editor’s Note)

The vast majority of daily local newspapers are cash-starved — the first industry to starve to death when consumer demand for its product is at an all-time high. read more >
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On the Opioid Beat (Gwen Moritz Editor’s Note)

It turns out that more careful prescribing guidelines don’t fix pre-existing dependency, and illegal replacements are even more deadly. read more >
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Pimples, Pints and Press: SPJ Showcases Ethics

Questions, thorny and serious, were fodder for fun and discussion for the Arkansas Pro Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists, who put their ethics to the test — along with their acting – in an exercise called What Would You Run? read more >
This house at 1901 N. McKinley St. in the Heights neighborhood is getting The New York Times treatment.
Construction / Media & Marketing / Real Estate

Heights Home Featured in New York Times’ ‘What You Get’Lock Icon

A renovated house in Little Rock’s Heights neighborhood was scheduled to be part of the “What You Get” feature in the real estate section of Sunday’s New York Times. read more >
Roy Reed
Media & Marketing

Ernest Dumas on Roy Reed: ‘His Strength Was In Telling the Story’

Roy Reed, the former Arkansas Gazette reporter and New York Times correspondent who died last month at age 87, is remembered by Ernest Dumas, his heir as Arkansas’ senior reporter. read more >
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Government & Politics / Media & Marketing

Trump Triumph, Media Fail: The View From Arkansas

In Arkansas, journalists and media educators weigh in on a new media world following the election of Donald Trump as president. read more >
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So Change the Law (Editorial)

A recent New York Times article pointed out something that had also been nagging at us here at Arkansas Business: otherwise law-abiding citizens being charged and convicted of a federal felony known as structuring. read more >