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Time Inc.

Self Description

June 2002: Influential American magazine publishing company that merged with Warner to become Time-Warner.

Third-Party Descriptions

June 2008: '“I think it’s fair to say that everyone at Time Inc. is completely shocked by this. Joe Ripp is as far from being a crook as anyone you’ll ever know,” said John Huey, the editor in chief of Time Inc., who also described the complaint as “almost Kafkaesque.”'

September 2004: About 20 state attorneys general are investigating Time Inc. for practices involving billing consumers for magazine subscriptions and renewals they didn’t authorize. JoAnn Carrin of the Florida attorney general’s office says Florida logged 2,000 complaints.

July 2005: New York Times reporter Judith Miller was sent to jail on Wednesday for refusing to testify about her conversations regarding outed CIA agent Valerie Plame. Time's Matt Cooper avoided a similar fate when he agreed to testify at the 11th hour. Both the newspaper and the magazine had received subpoenas for their respective reporters' notes. The Times said they had no such documents, and the request was dropped. Time did have access to some of Cooper's notes, however, and eventually handed them over—against Cooper's wishes—last week. Who owns a reporter's notes?


RoleNameTypeLast Updated
Owner of (partial or full, past or present) CNN/Money Magazine Source Feb 5, 2006
Owner of (partial or full, past or present) Time Magazine Source Aug 23, 2005
Owner of (partial or full, past or present) Time Warner Organization Mar 21, 2004
Employee/Freelancer/Contractor (past or present) Paul Cuadros Person
Employee/Freelancer/Contractor (past or present) Mike Duffy Person
Organization Executive (past or present) Mr. Walter Isaacson Person Nov 30, 2011
Employee/Freelancer/Contractor (past or present) Unmesh Kher Person
Organization Executive (past or present) Joseph A. Ripp Person Jun 9, 2008

Articles and Resources

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Jun 22, 2009 The Church and Gay Marriage: Are Mormons Misunderstood?

QUOTE: Even as Mormons have become more prominent, they have struggled to overcome lingering prejudices and misrepresentations about the sources of their beliefs.

Time Magazine
Jun 19, 2009 Iraqi Immigrants: Refugees in a Land of No Opportunity

QUOTE: According to assistance agencies, Iraqi refugees across the country — some of whom, like the Jabers, risked violence, kidnapping and death threats for assisting U.S. forces — face the danger of homelessness in their adopted land... The government's refugee assistance system as it exists is in crisis, and is failing to meet its basic mandate to protect and serve refugees...

Time Magazine
May 05, 2009 The Downside of Friends: Facebook's Hacking Problem

QUOTE: Like anything on the Internet, Facebook has never been completely scam-free, but its privacy settings may create a false sense of security...

Time Magazine
Apr 03, 2009 Amnesty Report: French Police Above the Law

QUOTE: Is France an increasingly authoritarian society whose police forces are protected from frequent charges of abuse — ranging from racial insult to homicide? That's what Amnesty International maintains in a new report issued Thursday.

Time Magazine
Mar 24, 2009 Getting the Juvenile-Justice System to Grow Up

QUOTE: As egregious as the [Pennsylvania juvenile court scandal] case is, experts say it is all too indicative of a juvenile-justice system racked with abuses yet subject to far less scrutiny than the adult system it increasingly mirrors.

Time Magazine
Mar 01, 2009 Is the Press Misreporting the Environment Story? ( Going Green)

QUOTE: that complexity [of global climate change] poses a unique challenge for the media, one that in its increasingly decimated state it may be ill-equipped to meet

Time Magazine
Jan 23, 2009 Beyond Madoff, Ponzi Schemes Proliferate

QUOTE: Since Bernard Madoff's arrest last month, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has busted three new Ponzi scams, though none are as spectacular as Madoff's $50 billion whopper....As for a post-Madoff enforcement on Ponzis, Heine says there's been no official push to go after Ponzi schemers.

Time Magazine
Jun 09, 2008 From a Whistle-Blower to a Target

QUOTE: On May 14, 2001, Joseph A. Ripp, the newly appointed chief financial officer of America Online, faxed a letter to the Las Vegas offices of the accounting firm Arthur Andersen with disturbing news: it appeared that an AOL business partner, and Arthur Andersen client, had forged a signature on a contract and booked several million dollars of sham revenue.

New York Times
May 19, 2008 Letting Victims Track Tormentors

QUOTE: The system is the latest in a series of technology-based systems to keep closer tabs on criminal behavior, from home monitoring bracelets and sex offender registries to cameras on street corners, says Washington State University Criminology Professor Travis Pratt, who conducted a review of his own state's program two years ago.

Time Magazine
Dec 06, 2007 Enemies at The Firewall

QUOTE: Though the evidence remains mostly circumstantial, a picture is emerging of a coordinated effort by Chinese-military authorities to recruit hackers such as Tan and his group to winkle out information from computer systems outside China and launch cyberattacks in future conflicts.

Time Magazine
Nov 15, 2007 How the World Thinks About AIDS

QUOTE: The [MAC AIDS Fund] survey also suggests an enduring stigma surrounding HIV. Nearly half of the people surveyed reported being uncomfortable working with those who are HIV positive, while slightly more than half of the respondents did not want to live in the same home as someone infected with HIV.

Time Magazine
Sep 06, 2007 The Psychology of Hypocrisy

QUOTE: As psychologists Jamie Barden of Howard University, Derek Rucker of Northwestern and Richard Petty of Ohio State have shown, we often use a simple temporal cue to distinguish between the weak and the hypocritical: if you say one thing and then do another, you are much less likely to be forgiven than if you do one thing and then say another.

Time Magazine
Jul 30, 2007 Oprah vs. James Frey: The Sequel

QUOTE: Musing on what truth is within the context of a memoir, Oates seemed to be questioning how Winfrey could pass judgment on the literary worth of an individual's own truth. But in the Texas heartland, where many consider truth a constant and not a variable, not everyone agreed.

Time Magazine
Jul 07, 2007 Infamous Non-Drug-Related Scandals

ABSTRACT: A "top 25" list of the biggest US and international sports scandals, professional and amateur, compiled by Sports Illustrated.

Sports Illustrated (SI)
Jun 16, 2007 Lance denies more doping allegations: Armstrong contends he's clean on eve of new book

QUOTE: This latest book...could further undermine [Lance] Armstrong's contention that he was a clean champion. In an exclusive interview with Sports Illustrated last week, Armstrong once again vehemently denied that he ever used performance-enhancing drugs.

Sports Illustrated (SI)
Jun 05, 2007 Cracking Down on "Murderabilia"

QUOTE: The bill, filed in late May by Republican Senator John Cornyn, takes aim at the trade by forbidding prisoners from using the U.S. Postal Service to deliver or receive items for profit. The bill has been referred to the Senate Judiciary Committee, where it is likely to face criticism from civil-liberties groups and support from victims' rights advocates.

Time Magazine
Feb 01, 2007 A Time Limit on Rape

QUOTE: The highest courts of seven states, including Connecticut and Kansas, have ruled that a woman may withdraw her consent at any time, and if the man doesn't stop, he is committing rape. Illinois has become the first state to pass legislation giving a woman that right to change her mind. But in Maryland--as well as in North Carolina--when a woman says yes, she can't take it back once sex has begun--or, at least, she can't call the act rape.

Time Magazine
Aug 08, 2006 How Hizballah Hijacks the Internet: The group pops up on unwitting Web sites around the world in order to communicate, recruit and fundraise

QUOTE: Hackers from the militant Lebanese group are trolling the Internet for vulnerable sites to communicate with one another and to broadcast messages from Al-Manar television, which is banned in the U.S. In the cyberterrorism trade it is known as "whack-a-mole" — just like the old carnival game, Hizballah sites pop up, get whacked down and then pop up again somewhere else on the World Wide Web.

Time Magazine
Jul 27, 2006 Choosing the right card to travel: Consumers can expect some pretty hefty charges for using credit cards overseas ... a little investigation beforehand is worthwhile.

QUOTE: For the credit card industry, fees linked to foreign-made purchases provide a nice line of revenue. MasterCard (Charts) and its competitor Visa charge bank issuers 1 percent for every purchase consumers make abroad...Banks jumped on the bandwagon, charging a fee of 1 to 2 percent of their own on top of the fees passed down by Visa and MasterCard.

CNN/Money Magazine
Feb 19, 2006 Fight back: Denied insurance claims: Staying on top of a claim with your home insurer takes some quick legal preparation.

QUOTE: You're paying not for service but to make up for losses -- low interest rates, natural disasters and choppy markets have depleted insurers' coffers...Understanding two simple legal concepts can send a message to your insurer that you've done your homework and you know how the game is played.

CNN/Money Magazine

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