Morning Report for August 5, 2014

* How the Washington Post has changed under Jeff Bezos. ( | The Post says July’s website traffic set a record. (
* Former Post owner Don Graham – now overseeing profitable but not-very-flashy businesses – is so devoted to Warren Buffett’s investment advice that he follows it more rigorously than Buffett, according to friends. (
* Sexy swimsuits and the sex-slave business share today’s Philadelphia Daily News cover. A Romenesko reader writes in an email: “Do they not have women editors there?” (@DavidLeePreston)
* New York Times Jerusalem bureau chief Jodi Rudoren addresses the paper’s decision to withhold information at the request of Israeli military. (
* For journalists, keeping track of the dead and injured isn’t easy amid the chaos in Gaza. (
* Photojournalist who’s covered wars without injury suffers a cut to his eye socket outside of a North Carolina courthouse. (Charlotte Media Scene)
* The Princeton Review names Yale Daily News as the best college newspaper. (
* Eric Ulken leaves to become executive director of digital strategy at ( | Gerry Lenfest names himself Philadelphia Inquirer publisher. (
* NYT correction: The groom is Mr. Delevingne, not Ms. Delevingne. (@hunterw)