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Times-Industrial Complex Provides Lyft To ‘Ride-Sharing Upstarts’
Interestingly, two New York Times Co. media properties featured positive stories on taxicab alternatives yesterday. From Monday’s Boston Globe: A post-taxi population opts for ride-sharing As the cab industry seethes, tech-savvy drivers and passengers are embracing a burgeoning ride-sharing business … Continue reading
The ‘Ray Donovan’ Rumpus? It Ends Tonight!
As the hardworking staff at Campaign Outsider noted earlier, the Times-Industrial Complex rendered a split decision on Showtime’s new series Ray Donovan. New York Times critic Alessandra Stanley found it “grandiose, predictable and painfully slow,” while kissin’ cousin Boston Globe critic Matthew Gilbert considered it “fantastic.” … Continue reading
It’s Good To Live In A Two-Times Co. Town (‘Ray Donovan’ Edition)
Showtime’s new series Ray Donovan premieres this Sunday, and the Times-Industrial Complex renders a split decision on the crime drama. Start with the mothership. Here’s New York Times critic Alessandra Stanley’s take on the show. Family Ties, Boston Style, … Continue reading