The New York Times
The New York Times is an American daily newspaper published in New York City by The New York Times Company which was founded on September 18, 1851 by Henry Jarvis Raymond and George Jones. The company is currently 17% owned by Carlos Slim and 13% by the Sulzberger family.
In 2013, The New York Times was ranked as the second most widely circulated newspaper in the United States after The Wall Street Journal and ranked 18th internationally.
- 1 Background
- 2 List of major shareholders
- 3 Relationship to Pizzagate
- 4 Articles
- 5 See also
- 6 External links
- 7 Reference
They are known for what is possibly the most extreme top-down editorial policy, bordering that of censorship and propaganda of self-interest. 
- Ochs-Sulzberger family (Class B shares; owned since 1896; Arthur Ochs Sulzerberger Jr. is Chairman and fourth generation of the family to be in charge)
- Carlos Slim (loaned the company $250 million in 2009 during the height of the financial crisis; in 2015, doubled his stakes to 16.8% to become the largest Class A shareholder valued at $341.4 million)
Relationship to Pizzagate
The New York Times has greatly criticized the Pizzagate meme for promoting "fake news" . However, editors within their own organization are embarrassed by the promotion of fake news on the New York Times website . Their initial "debunking" of Pizzagate on November 21, 2016 led to a subsequent firestorm of news reports on "fake news" and criticism of Pizzagate and those interested in it. The United States Congress even passed a measure to take action against alleged Russian intelligence operations which they believe to be the root cause of "fake news" .
Connection to Carlos Slim
Connection to Jared Paul Stern
Connection to Mark Thompson and Jimmy Savile
Thanks to Twitter user, Entheos, for pointing to this Breitbart article.
Connection to Arthur Sulzberger Jr
Connections to Attempts at Normalization of Pedophilia
- 5Oct2014  - (NYTimes) Pedophilia: A Disorder, Not a Crime
- 14Sept2007  - New York Times reporter was a member of an illegal underage porn site, claims he was only "posing as online predator"
- - "...The reporter is Kurt Eichenwald, who quit the Times in October, 2006. He already had a lot of explaining to do earlier this year about his conduct while working on the Justin Berry story when it was revealed in March that, without telling his editors, he gave $2,000 to Berry — an 18-year-old who’d spent five years making child porn of himself, when Eichenwald first contacted him in 2005. By then, Berry was an adult recruiting minors to perform sexually on webcams. After discovering this, Eichenwald found Berry a lawyer, who took him to the Department of Justice and got him immunity from prosecution in exchange for turning state’s evidence against four mostly gay and young men. All were eventually charged and convicted of making and distributing porn depicting underage teen boys. After Eichenwald wrote a blockbuster story about Berry for the Times, his journalism techniques aroused controversy in press circles. Even so, no one knew about the $2,000 check, and most of the media feted him..."
- Washington Post (bought by Jeff Bezos in 2013)
- The Wall Street Journal (bought by Rupert Murdoch)
- The Boston Globe (bought by John Henry in 2013)
- Los Angeles Times & The Chicago Tribune (Patrick Soon-Shiong, second largest shareholder since 2016)
- Warren Buffet (owns over 60 daily newspapers and weeklies in Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina and Alabama)
- Gawker (Viktor Vekselberg, Russian billionaire bought minority stake)
- Pizzagate is a hoax
- The New York Times Company (Wikipedia)
- https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_New_York_Times The New York Times] (Wikipedia)
- Goliya, Kshitiz. "Carlos Slim becomes top New York Times shareholder". Reuters (January 14, 2015)
- Vinton, Kate. "These 15 Billionaires Own America's News Media Companies". Forbes (June 1, 2016)