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New York Times Co.’s CIO Knows How To Pump You Up

bioImage_Joseph_Seibert.jpgThe kids over at Gawker have found out an interesting hobby of The New York Times Company‘s Chief Information Officer Joseph Seibert: he’s a professional body-builder.

Not like Seibert is trying to keep his secret identity as a “Pumping Iron” contestant under wraps; the pictures found by Gawker are featured for a 2008 Jersey bodybuilding Web site and on MuscularDevelopment.com.

It’s been a little over a year since Seibert was vetted to work from the Times Co., following his role of COO at Mark Ecko, and before that Home Decor Products. In between these high-stress roles, Seibart likes to unwind by turning his body into a finely-toned machine.

Read More: Keeping the NYTimes.com Pumped — Gawker

MuscularDevelopment.com

Previously: The New York Times Company Names Joseph N. Seibert Chief Information Officer

(Photo via The New York Times Co.)

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