The Underlying Reality Of Arthur Ochs Sulzberger Jr. And The New York TimesJon Fine
The New York Times Co’s market cap is down to $720 million, as I write this, and the day’s tides of media and commentary bring in, virtually every day, pre-obituaries for the company and the career of its Chairman/family scion Arthur Ochs Sulzberger Jr. Mark Bowden in Vanity Fair. Michael Hirschorn at the Atlantic. Michael Wolff every other day on his blog at Newser.com.
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