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Alexander Lebedev. Picture: Reuters
By Andrew Pugh | 29 Nov 2012
Alexander Lebedev, the owner of The Independent and Evening Standard titles, is looking for “minority partner” to invest in the paper - but has insisted there are no plans to sell.
Lord Ashcroft.Pic: Reuters
By PA Media Lawyer | 26 Nov 2012
Lord Ashcroft received a public apology at the High Court today over articles published in The Independent newspaper concerning his business interests in the Turks and Caicos Islands.
By William Turvill | 13 Nov 2012
The Evening Standard and Independent titles are to “go back to the future” and take on school-leaver apprentices next year as part of a new scheme run by the National Council for the Training of Journalists (NCTJ).
Dominic Lawson
By Press Gazette | 24 Oct 2012
Dominic Lawson: The secret of being a good editor? 'Energy, courage and troublemaking ability'
By Press Gazette | 22 Oct 2012
When Geordie Greig was made editor of the London Evening Standard just over three years ago he compared the task ahead for him and his team to climbing Everest without oxygen.
By Press Gazette | 10 Oct 2012
The Independent columnist Laurie Penny is leaving the paper after nine months to rejoin The New Statesman as contributing editor.
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By Jon Bernstein | 19 Sep 2012
The Digital half dozen.
By Press Gazette | 14 Sep 2012
Archie Bland, 28, explains how he came to be The Independent's deputy editor
By Anonymous | 19 Apr 2011

Newsdesk demands for ever more stories about Kate Middleton and the Royal Wedding may be pushing hacks to breaking point.

By Anonymous | 11 Apr 2011

Comments from former Sun editor Kelvin MacKenzie dismissing journalism academia as "make-work projects for retired journalists" stirred up the world of hackademia nicely on Friday.

By Anonymous | 02 Nov 2010

Experienced newspaper readers will know that when the headline ends in a question mark, the answer is always no.

By Dominic Ponsford | 18 Oct 2010

The mantra of the modern day big media news organisation has to be innovate or die - and nowhere is this more true than at The Independent.

By Peter Kirwan | 14 Jun 2010

Interesting to watch Geordie Greig at Friday's Value Of Journalism conference, organised by Polis and the BBC College of Journalism.

By Press Gazette | 04 May 2010

Independent reporter Jerome Taylor was left with a bloody nose after being attacked by a gang of young men while investigating allegations of postal fraud in east London yesterday.

By Peter Kirwan | 23 Mar 2010

The OFT's decision not to investigate Alexander Lebedev's acquisition of the Independent and the Independent On Sunday tells us

By Peter Kirwan | 02 Oct 2009

As I suggested yesterday, the fat lady has yet to sing her song at Independent News & Media.