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Kimberly Kleman Reports For Duty As New EIC Of Consumer Mag
April 10, 2007 [CORRECTION: This article has been updated. We incorrectly characterized the departure of Margot Slade as editor of Consumer Reports magazine. She left several months before publication of the flawed children's car seat story referenced in the article below and was not involved with its inception or preparation. We sincerely regret the error.]
It's a strange day in magazine publishing when Consumer Reports, of all magazines, is embroiled in a scandal and a shakeup at the top, but that's exactly what happened on Monday. Deputy editorial director Kimberly Kleman was named editor-in-chief, finally replacing Margot SladeMargot Slade<...
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