Why The New Yorker Won’t Exist in 2035

If the weekly magazine is still being published 25 years from now, Michael Wolff will owe David Remnick a dinner.

The New York Times' Pay Wall: A "Hail Mary Strategy"

Once the paper begins charging for online content in January, the question will be: What does the New York Times become without its readers?

Steve Jobs Is “An Incredible Weirdo”

"I can't imagine why anyone would want to work for this guy," says Michael Wolff of the Apple CEO.

Failure Was a "Great Experience"

His first internet company tanked. So was Wolff nervous about launching Newser?