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Clyde Haberman Departs NY Times

After 36 years, Clyde Haberman is leaving the New York Times. Haberman tweeted that his contract was up, and added that he had no plans — as of now — for the future.

Haberman has been with the Times since 1977. During his time at the paper he served as City Hall bureau chief, foreign correspondent, and editor of the Times’ Week in Review section. Most recently, Haberman served as a columnist for the Metro Desk. His “Breaking Bread” column has run every Monday since 1995.

You can read Haberman’s last Breaking Bread piece here.

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