Today marks a significant day at The Washington Post: the first since 1933 that someone from the Graham or Meyer family is not a part of its leadership. Tuesday was Katharine Weymouth’s final day as publisher and CEO of The Washington Post after the August 2013 sale of the company to Amazon.com founder Jeff Bezos.
“The Fix’s” Chris Cillizza writes:
“It’s the end of an era — both for the Post and for journalism. And it’s one I am forever thankful to the Grahams for — not only for what they did when they owned the company but in their decision to sell it in hopes of preserving what has always made it great.”
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