White House to Name Rosenworcel as F.C.C.’s First Female Leader

“Given this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to ensure all people have access to broadband, it is absolutely essential that there are trusted, qualified appointees leading these agencies,” the letter read. A native of Connecticut, Ms. Rosenworcel attended Wesleyan University and New York University Law School. In 2001, she joined the staff of the F.C.C. commissioner Michael Copps, …

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FSG Promotes Mitzi Angel to President

Mitzi Angel, the publisher of Farrar, Straus and Giroux — who as an editor signed Sally Rooney and Garth Greenwell — will add the title of president to her role at the storied literary publishing house. She will take over from Jonathan Galassi, who will become chairman and executive editor after a 35-year career at …

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Inside the Big Facebook Leak

The Journal team left before the call was over. Since then, journalists at The Atlantic, The Associated Press, CNN, NBC News, Fox Business and other outlets including The New York Times have been poring over the first tranche of Ms. Haugen’s documents, along with a parallel group in Europe, with a plan to publish their …

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The Strange Appeal of Shelter TikTok

The apartment appears in flashes as a song by Frank Ocean plays. We see a white couch with throw pillows: white squares, pink square, ocher orb, black square. Later come quick cuts: to a standing bookshelf (white spines only), to the throw pillows again, to a transparent coffee table (an opportunity, really, to show off …

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Netflix beats estimates and expects even better results thanks to hits like ‘Squid Game.’

It’s been a tale of two Netflixes over the last few weeks, as a long-anticipated Dave Chappelle special drew sharp condemnations from staffers and critics alike and as the South Korean sleeper hit “Squid Game” became a global sensation, making it the streamer’s most-watched series to date. (Both detail a grim view of the world.) …

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