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Marc Frons Named New York Times Company Chief Information Officer

Marc Frons has been named The New York Times Company’s Chief Information Officer. Frons had been the Times’ Chief Technology Officer since 2006. Prior to that he was Chief Technology Officer of Dow Jones for two years.

Frons is also the founder of SmartMoney.com, which he started in 1995, after leaving his post as Senior Editor at Businessweek.

Frons will report to James Follo, the Times Company’s Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer, and Denise Warren, Chief Advertising Officer and General Manager, NYTimes.com.

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