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May 18, 2007
Time Inc. CEO Ann Moore once told us that the company's greatest strength was its "deep bench" of editorial firepower. Not just great managing editors at the top, but editor-in-chief-level talent at the executive editor and assistant managing editor levels as well. Keith Kelly wonders in today's New York Post whether that bench strength is weakening as Time Inc. continues to ruthlessly cut costs. First, Sports Illustrated executive editor Rob Fleder retired to start his own sports book packaging concern, now People executive editor Cutler Durkee is leaving after 29 years of making the trains run ...
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