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May 13, 2005
Steve Adler isn't wasting any time alienating his new staff at BusinessWeek. Adler's officially been on the job a week now, and his #2, managing editor Mark Morrison, has already deserted his post, the McGraw-Hill Building, and Manhattan altogether to become a national correspondent based in Austin, Texas. In Adler's memo to the staff this week, he noted that "Mark first proposed this to me a few weeks ago," meaning Morrison never had any intentions of sticking around. Has the sign officially been given for the old guard to start heading for the exits? Maybe. BusinessWeek 2005 could ...
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