The New York TIMES Company is in a very good place.
As its parent, Time Warner, which owns the New York Daily News, has been in trouble for a while.
Time Warner CEO Jeff Bewkes has been accused of taking bribes and was removed from his position as CEO last year, but the company has been able to keep the newsroom running and make money despite the company’s troubles.
In January, the company reported record profits, and its stock is now up nearly 10% year over year.
And this week, the New Yorker named the company one of its 10 best companies to work for.
But it seems that the company is having trouble getting the newsrooms it needs, according to the New Yorkers Magazine.
The magazine cites several problems in Times newsrooms.
One, for example, is that the paper’s coverage of the recent Supreme Court decision on same-sex marriage is biased.
This means that when gay couples get married, they have to be represented by the same people, and Times staffers are forced to spend much of their time trying to find and report the stories that the court decided in favor of their rights.
The magazine reports that this bias is especially problematic in the news division, where some of the most important stories are written.
And the editors are told to keep their heads down, according the magazine.
Another problem is that some Times reporters are too busy chasing down the next big story to do any good reporting.
That’s because most of the stories are either from inside the company, or from outside sources that are more focused on the business side of the news operation than the news story itself.
The article also reports that some of these reporters are paid well.
The Times recently paid $5 million to settle a lawsuit that accused it of illegally paying journalists to write about its coverage of Hurricane Katrina.
The company says that it is paying out more than $1.5 million in settlements for a wide range of misconduct that occurred before Katrina.