New Los Angeles Times CEO Ross Levinsohn Will be Making $1 Million a Year--At least

He'll also be eligible for some hefty bonuses

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The Los Angeles Times’ new publisher and CEO, Ross Levinsohn, who replaced ousted editor and publisher Davan Maharaj on Monday, will be making a very sizable $1 million in his new role, and that’s just his minimum pay.

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