Revolving Door Newsletter: 04.20.07
NYT Misses Goal, New WSJ Leader, Trib. Co Buyouts
April 20, 2007
[CORRECTION: This article has been updated, as an earlier version mischaracterized former
All You editor Isobel McKenzie-Price's return to England. We regret the error.]
The news is newspapers this week: The New York Times Company admitted that About.com isn't about to hit the 30 percent growth target it was projecting; The Wall Street Journal resolved its succession issues with managing editor Paul Steiger passing the reins to Marcus Brauchli, and Tribune Co. began the Zell era in earnest with the announcement that it will seek 100 staff buyouts as a good faith effort before resorting to layoffs. The ...
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