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May 16, 2008
Of top of all the other problems The New York Times is dealing with at the moment -- a sagging stock price, the first layoffs in its history, dissident shareholders -- now it has a headache at the International Herald Tribune. Editor-in-chief Michael Oreskes (once seen as a contender to succeed NYT executive editor Bill Keller) departs to become the Associated Press' managing editor for U.S. news (a new position). There was evidently no love lost between Oreskes and Keller, although rank-and-file staffers are bummed to see one of the company's strongest editors bow out rather ...
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