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Andrew Miller to leave Guardian with reserves of £850m as he steps down in June after five years as chief execBy Dominic Ponsford | 29 Jan 2015
Guardian Media Group chief executive Andrew Miller is to step down at the end of June 2015 after five years in the job.
By Emilio Casalicchio | 28 Jan 2015
Reader comments about the newly redesigned Guardian website appear to have been overwhelmingly negative so far.
After 18 months of work and 130,000 pieces of feedback Guardian completes first website redesign since 2007By Dominic Ponsford | 28 Jan 2015
The Guardian today completes a total redesign and rebuild of its website.
Mail Online's 'Paw-fect recipes for your pet's plate' was most shared national press story on Twitter in 2014By William Turvill | 20 Jan 2015
A Mail Online story about a YouTube programme teaching dog owners how to prepare meals for their pets was the most shared national newspaper story on Twitter of 2014 according to new research.
By Dominic Ponsford | 20 Jan 2015
Today is the final day of a six-week consultation on a draft Home Office code on use of the Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act.
By William Turvill | 19 Jan 2015
The Guardian today reports that “investigative journalists” are considered alongside terrorists and hackers in a hierarchy in a GCHQ “information security assessment”.
By Dominic Ponsford and William Turvill | 09 Jan 2015
Historian and Guardian columnist Timothy Garton Ash has called on publications to show solidarity with Charlie Hebdo by republishing its front covers next week.
Axegrinder was amused by this tweet from The Guardian's web news editor Jonathan Haynes today. That is all.
Journalists to vote on Guardian editorship, but Scott Trust 'retains right to choose candidate irrespective of result'By William Turvill | 19 Dec 2014
The title today reports that the process will include an “indicative ballot which would guarantee the winner a place on the shortlist for the job”.
By Axegrinder | 15 Dec 2014
The Catholic church is not the most transparent of organisations but even it will reveal how a Pope is chosen (although what happens inside the the Sistine Chapel remains secret).
By William Turvill | 10 Dec 2014
Rusbridger announced this afternoon he is to take up the role of chair of the Scott Trust, which owns the newspaper group, in 2016.
Whistleblowing charity: Misuse of RIPA against journalists an affront to liberal values and the tradition of dissentBy Ciara Bottomley | 03 Dec 2014
When did journalism become a crime?
By William Turvill | 17 Nov 2014
The Guardian’s Readers’ Editor has questioned the paper’s decision to lead an application to the court to be able to name 16-year-old teacher killer Will Cornick.
By William Turvill | 21 Oct 2014
In four of the last five months of ABC circulation figures, The Times has been the best performing title in terms of year-on-year performance.
The award, now in its tenth year, was set up by Private Eye and The Guardian in memory of investigative journalist Paul Foot.
Guardian, Independent and Times join Mail on Sunday, Sun and Daily Telegraph in condemning RIPA use against journalistsBy William Turvill | 08 Oct 2014
The Guardian (editor Alan Rusbridger pictured, Reuters) has become the third national newspaper to condemn the use of the Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act against journalists in its editorial.
By William Turvill | 07 Oct 2014
The corporation has announced it is extending coverage Down Under by “launching a dedicated Australian news service on BBC.com” from this month. It has also announced a number of new programmes “specially curated for an Australian audience”.
By William Turvill | 20 Sep 2014
Daily Telegraph journalists have told how they and colleagues from the Daily Mail and Daily Express were "barred" from Alex Salmond's first press conference after the Scottish independence referendum.
Times dep ed: 'The Guardian club’s an interesting one... because you don’t get very much for being a member'By Axegrinder | 16 Sep 2014
Being as impartial as the BBC, Axegrinder hasn't - and won't - be giving his opinion on The Guardian's new membership scheme - in which ‘patrons’, for £60 a month, can enjoy a “backstage pass” to the paper.
PCC rejects complaint against Guardian for 'payment to criminal' Chris Huhne - whose contract has now terminatedBy William Turvill | 11 Sep 2014
The PCC, which has this week ceased to exist, investigated after a member of the public claimed the paper had breached clause 16 (payments to criminals) of the Editors' Code of Practice.