New York Times Co. Faces Leadership Vacuum After Robinson OusterEdmund Lee and John Helyar
The departure of New York Times Co. Chief Executive Officer Janet Robinson last month leaves the company with a leadership vacuum amid falling revenue, profit squeezed by pension costs and pressure from family members to restore a dividend once worth more than $20 million a year.
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