Moonves is resigning and not being fired for cause by the board, which means he is entitled to a rather generous severance package.
In direct contrast to The New Yorker, The Economist has doubled down on its invitation.
A much anticipated lawsuit has been brought against Fairfax by former soldier Ben Roberts-Smith after allegations of bullying and violence were printed in Fairfax papers.
The Queer Eye cast have been on a whirlwind PR tour, which brought some challenges for the traditional media.
What we're reading this weekend: doomsday prep for the super rich, that most powerful gays in America, what happens when you rip off journalism, Roger Federer as religious experience and letters to Obama.
What we're reading this weekend: Obama's legacy: by the numbers, the street where you don't go, how jokes won the election for Trump, the enigmatic Nick Kyrgios, the coming tech backlash, and the letter from Dr. King.
Unless your New Year's resolution is to move from an open-plan office to a closed one, they're probably as useless as they are harmless. And the best of the Sydney Festival.
The New Yorker is famous for fact checking and its quirky cartoons. But are cartoons fact checked? Absolutely, says cartoon editor Robert Mankoff.
The Republicans and the Democrats can't seem to negotiate a deal to resolve the debt-ceiling in the US. But surely the cartoonists from the New Yorker can?