Morning report

* New York Times Co. to sell its remaining interest in Indeed.com and record an after-tax gain of $100 million. (reuters.com)
* NYT union members to management: “The company‚Äôs demands are untenable and destructive.” (saveourtimes.org)

* Globe and Mail disciplines columnist Margaret Wente over plagiarism accusations. (thestar.com)
* Wente: “I’m far from perfect. I make mistakes. But I’m not a serial plagiarist.” (theglobeandmail.com) | (Editor’s memo)
* Joshua Benton: Atlantic’s new Quartz business news site feels 2012-born in several ways. (niemanlab.org)
* SB Nation relaunches and hires its first editorial director. (adweek.com)
* Here’s the full list of 2012 Online Journalism Award winners. (journalists.org)
* Baton Rouge Advocate launches its New Orleans edition. (AP via theadvocate.com)
* Newsprint is alive and well on the walls of a new exhibition at the National Gallery of Art. (npr.org)
* Revamped Myspace looks “pretty,” but will anyone bother to check it out? (chicagotribune.com)
* A blistering response to New York Times’ data centers story. (pandodaily.com)

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