|New York Times CEO Janet Robinson Steps Down; No Replacement Named|
|Thursday, 15 December 2011 08:15|
AllThingsD » Peter
New York Times CEO Janet Robinson is stepping down after a seven-year run. The company says it will conduct a job search for her replacement and that, in the interim, publisher Arthur Sulzberger Jr. will handle her duties as well as his own. The Times will pay Robinson $4.5 million over the next year for "consulting services," the company disclosed in an SEC filing.
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