New York Times Company CEO Janet Robinson to Step Down
No replacement named
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New York Times Company CEO Janet Robinson will step down from her position at the end of the month, the company announced today. The company said it would begin searching internally and externally for a replacement, and that in the interim, chairman and New York Times’ publisher Arthur Sulzberger Jr. will assume CEO duties. In addition, Robinson will serve as a paid consultant for one year, the Times reported.
Prior to being named CEO, Robinson served as senior vice president for newspaper operations and later as chief operating officer.